The Dunedin City Council has paid out 11 tenants after safety issues were found in its central city boarding house.
Winter is continuing its icy grip, with hard frosts and icy roads throughout the South today. Rain and freezing temperatures in Otago and Southland at the weekend made for some of the most treacherous driving conditions in decades.
Winning the title of Young Farmer of the Year was a dream come true for a Milton man who has fond memories of watching the competition as a child.
Ice is making driving treacherous in Otago and Southland and police are again asking motorists to stay off the road.
The University of Otago is about to open its $5 million marine science laboratory at Portobello.
A day without sight has opened the eyes of pupils at Kaikorai Valley College to what it is like living with a disability.
Top earners at Otago Polytechnic have made a sacrifice for their lower paid colleagues.
The University of Otago is set to reveal its plans for job cuts to anxious staff next week, amid fears hundreds will face the axe.
Students in it for the money should be training to be engineers or doctors, not actors.
A football event with a difference was among two Dunedin youth initiatives to receive $40,000 in GigCity funding.
A Dunedin grocery shop owner says common sense has prevailed after a ruling allowed him to keep selling alcohol.
Having the highest attendance rates in New Zealand bodes well for Otago and Southland’s future, the Otago Primary Principals’ Association says.
AgResearch has confirmed three staff at its Dunedin facility have been made redundant and more redundancies are possible.
The man taking charge of Dunedin Railways will use his experience in the tourism industry to help the business grow.
Any remaining hope of saving dozens of AgResearch jobs in Dunedin have been dealt a blow after a government announcement yesterday.
Otago University fears Government changes could damage the international reputation of NZ universities, while unions fear they could lead to privatisation.
A curious juxtaposition of art and science has created something beautiful at Otago Museum.
A group of diehard Team New Zealand fans gathered at Port Chalmers Yacht Club finally got to sip on the Champagne they planned to open four years ago.
Dunedin should be proud of its involvement in the America's Cup.
A Dunedin law expert says it will be tough for police to prove MP Todd Barclay acted illegally in making secret recordings.