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.
A law expert says the "big question" is whether embattled MP Todd Barclay will cooperate with police now they have reopened their investigation.
Animation Research Ltd chief executive Ian Taylor says he is not involved in a "highly secret'' Dunedin project.
A mother who lost her Dunedin son to suicide is sick of seeing history repeat itself.
Motorists are being warned to expect delays after a truck rolled on State Highway 1 north of Milton this morning.
The secret to the Dunedin Study's international success is the dedication of its participants.
More than 100 bright young minds tested their engineering and programming skills at the Otago Robocup regionals in Dunedin at the weekend.
The wild things came out to play in the Octagon tonight as luminous nocturnal creatures invaded for the Dunedin Midwinter Carnival.
Two cars were badly damaged in a crash in Mosgiel.
Police are searching the Kawarau River near Roaring Meg after a kayak was seen floating upside down in the river.
Dunedin police are keeping an open mind over whether two robberies within an hour yesterday afternoon were linked.
A plan for future investment in the University of Otago’s health sciences division will not involve moving resources from Dunedin.
Past and present physical education students are worried the University of Otago is cutting parts of the school which make it special.
The latest group of Syrian refugees arrived in Dunedin yesterday.
Kiwirail is spending almost $1million upgrading tracks in the Mosgiel area.
A Dunedin antique store owner feels vulnerable after being robbed by a masked man who claimed to carry a gun.