The University of Otago has unveiled a controversial plan to dot 60 cameras around North Dunedin.
The developer of a proposed five-star hotel for Dunedin has dismissed submitters against the project as a tiny but vocal minority.
The generosity of students will help a 93-year-old Dunedin man continue his tradition of generosity to his neighbours.
The Dunedin City Council has been flooded with submissions opposing Dunedin's proposed five-star hotel.
Graduates will be able to get the perfect snap in front of the University of Otago's historic clocktower this weekend thanks to a $5000 sheet of fabric.
The Government's decision over a proposed Waikato medical school should be based on facts and not winning votes in an election year, the University of Otago says.
The University of Otago has put off plans to demolish its arts building after its life was extended by up to 10 years.
The Ministry of Health is staying quiet on a claim a tobacco giant is illegally selling one of its products from a New Zealand website.
The University of Otago is looking to boost its retail and food offerings as part of a plan to liven up the Dunedin campus.
Worksafe has placed conditions on Aurora Energy over concerns its pole replacement programme could put workers and the public at risk.
The waiting list for Dunedin City Council community housing has peaked amid claims a lack of affordable rental properties in the city is reaching crisis point.
Two inner-city Dunedin bars have had their licences suspended after landing in hot water with the Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority.
Police are shutting down an out-of-control party on Dunedin's Stafford St this afternoon.
All Ki’anie Pikia wanted was a home and now she has one.
A fault line on Dunedin’s doorstep could cause an earthquake as destructive as 2010’s Canterbury quake.
A Frenchwoman remains in Dunedin Hospital in a stable condition after being bitten by a shark while bodyboarding in the Catlins.
A young French woman has been flown to Dunedin Hospital after being attacked by a shark in the Catlins this afternoon.
Dunedin South MP Clare Curran says she is almost at the stage of encouraging people to squat in vacant state houses in Dunedin as the waiting list climbs above 100.
Aurora Energy has abandoned a target to have all condition-zero poles replaced by the end of this month.
A lot has changed since Jan Prestidge started nursing for the University of Otago's Student Health 30 years ago.