After 63 solid years in the city centre, the Weir family is planning to move its second-hand furniture shop to South Dunedin.
It appears Foulden Maar, the 23 million-year-old archaeological site, is safe from mining, for now.
Mining company Plaman Resources Ltd has withdrawn its application to the Overseas Investment Office to purchase 432 hectares of land near Middlemarch for its diatomite mine.
From stargazing to studying microscopic organisms, the director of Otago Museum and a teaching fellow at the University of Otago have been made Companions of the Royal Society of New Zealand.
Dunedin's private psychiatric hospital and rehabilitation centre is undergoing a major $8million upgrade.
Despite organisers wanting to celebrate Dunedin's "ginger roots", redheads were in short supply at the "Baldwin Street Parade" on Saturday.
Residents who live near the site proposed for the new Mosgiel pool, in the car park of Memorial Park, are unhappy with the idea.
Not everyone understands PhD student Victoria Purdy’s research — but when she puts an image of a glass of beer up, they begin to get the idea.
Two people are being treated by St John staff after a car rolled near Henley.
A second pedestrian has been hit by a car, this time in South Dunedin, following the hospitalisation of a pedestrian who was hit by a car in George St this morning.
Protesters marched from the Otago Museum Reserve to the Octagon before blocking the city's northbound one-way street yesterday as they returned, showing their support for the Ihumatao "protectors".
A new, non-surgical way of fitting women who have just given birth with IUDs may soon be accessible to doctors, midwives and other birth attendants globally, and could save tens of thousands of lives.
Boris Johnson's Brexit promises are bound to fall flat, a University of Otago academic says of Britain's new PM - and he predicts Mr Johnson's stint in the top job will be brief.
The University of Otago is opening arts students' eyes to a plethora of opportunities they might not otherwise have considered.
One in six New Zealanders have Irish roots - the highest proportion anywhere in the world apart from Ireland.
As flu season continues, the university's Student Health Service is adding extra clinics- and the clinic's nurse manager says the flu season appears to be getting later and later each year.
When a woman came to rescue her friend after he crashed allegedly driving drunk, she ended up getting arrested herself.
Cromwell College and some of Otago's area schools say a Government plan to centralise New Zealand's polytechnics would be fixing a system that ''isn't broken''.
The bells are ringing out for the University of Otago's doctor of philosophy students.
Bowel cancer is the gastrointestinal cancer most commonly diagnosed - but an oncologist and cancer researcher wants to raise awareness of a number of other potentially deadly forms.