He refers to himself as the village idiot of Dunedin's running community, but Andrew Glennie is deadly serious about his latest race.
Dunedin mayor Dave Cull has paid tribute to former Ngāi Tahu chief executive Tahu Potiki, praising his "staunch yet mellow" way of working with people.
The University of Otago says it will delay starting major projects while the city's new hospital is being built.
Listen to your body: that is the message from a bowel cancer survivor who is now a volunteer for the Cancer Society.
Success is sweet for the head chef at Aquinas College, who has whisked away top prize at a University of Otago cook-off for the third time.
Twin sisters studying at the University of Otago have hit the sweet spot online, gaining more than 10,000 followers on their Instagram account.
Dunedin's constabulary is taking on the Otago Muslim Association in a friendly football match, as part a celebration marking an Islamic holy festival.
The Otago University Students' Association is a step closer to eventually selling marijuana, after students voted to investigate the idea should the drug become legal.
A concerted campaign is still needed when it comes to revealing the tactics of the tobacco industry, a University of Otago academic says.
A man who drove a car into Otago Harbour swam away then evaded rescuers before being found in a hypothermic state more than an hour later, police say.
The University of Otago is encouraging students to come forward and report any inappropriate behaviour, on or off campus, after reports a religious group dubbed a cult is operating in North Dunedin.
A man who swam away after a driving a car into the chilly waters of Otago Harbour at Broad Bay was found in a hypothermic state and risked drowning, the Coastguard says.
It has been 10 years in the growing - and the University of Otago's very own golden hybrid tea rose will soon be lighting up the campus.
Sweeping planned changes to the criminal justice system are a "watershed moment", a Maori development director says.
After seeking council support for cheaper alcohol on licensed premises, the Otago University Students' Association will ask students whether it should look into selling cannabis.
Young or old, fit or sedentary, and mobile or not - a University of Otago doctoral student is planning an outdoor adventure hub for the city for people from all backgrounds.
The feeling of being the first African-American pupil to walk through a crowd of angry white pupils to attend Little Rock Central High School has stuck with Elizabeth Eckford all her life.
Foster children can do anything - and a high-achieving Dunedin girl who is the first foster child to receive a Fulbright Scholarship says she is the living proof.