Queenstown suburb Kelvin Heights is swarming with police after a person was killed in a car explosion in a park this evening.
Aurora Energy is among the worst lines companies in New Zealand when it comes to the state of its assets, Commerce Commission data shows.
The University of Otago is "delighted" after moving up the world rankings.
Being called Dave rather than David could be one of the secrets to Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull’s success.
Dunedin Study research linking childhood obesity with higher risks of heart disease later in life has worrying implications.
A beloved Dunedin bookshop has turned its fortunes around and will soon get a multimillion-dollar upgrade.
The Dunedin City Council's proposed rules aimed at protecting the environment go too far, Federated Farmers says.
Two people have been injured after a four-wheel drive crashed into a house in Great King St in Dunedin.
One person is dead and two people have been seriously injured in a crash in South Canterbury.
Many New Zealanders have had chlamydia without realising it, Dunedin Study research has shown.
Classical antiquity and computational modelling have little in common but both feature among the hardest subjects at the University of Otago.
The University of Otago is joining a nationwide fight against fake degrees, some of which are almost indistinguishable from the real thing.
The University of Otago is not being swayed by student opposition to its $50million animal testing facility.
A trip to the dairy to buy cigarettes will no longer be possible if University of Otago researchers have their way.
The Otago University Students' Association (OUSA) is taking a stand against a plan to place CCTV cameras around parts of North and Central Dunedin.
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.