The University of Otago ended last year as the second-richest university in New Zealand, with assets worth almost $2 billion.
Couch burning in Dunedin's student quarter is becoming a thing of the past.
Mystery surrounding a 46-year-old will has brought up memories of a Dutch dental assistant with a special connection to Dunedin.
Mystery surrounds an Australian benefactor who bequeathed half her estate towards helping intellectually handicapped children in Dunedin.
The teenagers alleged to have robbed a South Dunedin dairy with a fake pistol were not the smartest pair, says a witness who saw them loitering across the road from the shop.
Dunedin company Harraways celebrated its 150th anniversary with an act of generosity.
There is no such thing as the perfect chicken, but a leading Dunedin breeder says his partner's prize-winning Pekin bantam is about as close as you can get.
Any increase in the cost of electricity to help pay for Aurora Energy’s infrastructure spending will be hard on the elderly, Grey Power Otago president Jo Millar says.
Yet another University of Otago building project has been delayed after the discovery of asbestos.
A Dunedin resident got a ''massive shock'' this morning when a power pole smashed on to his property after a ute crashed into it.
Aurora Energy has unveiled a massive $720 million plan to upgrade its ageing infrastructure, but consumers will be taking a hit through larger power bills.
Aurora Energy has unveiled a $720 million plan to upgrade its ageing electricity network over the next decade.
Worksafe is yet to decide whether it will prosecute Aurora Energy over the state of its power poles.
The Ministry of Social Development is open to working with Dunedin agencies concerned a lack of affordable housing in the city was close to crisis point.
A retired United States Air Force officer who blew the lid on a multimillion-dollar US defence scam has turned his experience into a PhD thesis.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has declined a request from local MPs and social agencies for the Dunedin City Council to lead a crisis meeting over a lack of affordable housing.
A University of Otago music lecturer is concerned the fate of yet another Dunedin music venue is up in the air.
Bringing yellow-eyed penguins back from the brink will require co-operation between conservation groups and Government departments, Forest and Bird says.
Philip Morris is standing by the legality of its new high-tech tobacco product after being taken to court by the Ministry of Health.
Dunedin families with children with intellectual disabilities continue to face uncertainty, despite a change in home-based support provider.