New Zealand’s major supermarket chains are keen to "engage" with the Dunedin City Council after key parts of its alcohol policy were rejected.
A new Selwyn College warden has been appointed to bring the Dunedin residential college into the ''21st century'' after the sudden departure of its previous warden.
The former director of Aurora Energy's pole replacement programme alleges a senior executive illegally rummaged through his office.
The University of Otago's massive building programme has left it 400 parking spaces short and some staff are having to wait five years for a designated park.
A little bit of rain did not dampen spirits as hundreds of people converged on Otakou marae for Ngai Tahu's Treaty of Waitangi Festival.
Hundreds of people have converged on Otakou marae for Ngai Tahu's Treaty of Waitangi Festival today.
A South Dunedin publican says he has been unfairly targeted by police after giving back to the community by holding a Christmas Day meal.
Two women from opposite sides of the globe have formed an unlikely bond over the downing of a Lancaster bomber near a French village almost 74 years ago.
New Zealand’s major supermarket chains have successfully fought Dunedin City Council efforts to restrict alcohol sales in the city.
One hot day has turned Dunedin’s January around, after it was on track to be the second-coldest on record.
Reviving extinct species such as the moa is moving from science fiction to science fact and a Dunedin researcher is leading a worldwide debate on which animals should be brought back.
A high-tech tobacco product launched in New Zealand by Philip Morris is illegal, the Ministry of Health says.
A report by the Treasury has raised fresh doubts about a plan to slash more than 50 jobs from a Dunedin research facility and move them north to Lincoln.
More than $400 million worth of building work was consented in Dunedin last year, further evidence of a construction boom in the city.
Skilled workers who shifted to Christchurch are returning to Otago as construction work booms in the region.
The Dunedin City Council's proposed new development rules could put people at risk in the event of an oil terminal explosion, oil companies say.
The Green Island community has settled on a design for a new playground.
Dunedin is on track for the second-coldest January on record, but Niwa says it is too early to write off summer just yet.
This is a story about the birds and the bees, farmers - and miserable January weather.
The University of Otago’s $28 million data network upgrade is running years behind schedule and millions of dollars over budget.