A planned power outage in the Balmacewen area of Dunedin ran over time by more than 90 minutes today.
More than 50 AMI Insurance branches will shut - including stores in Dunedin, Queenstown and Oamaru - if a proposal goes ahead.
Dunedin City Council's finance and commercial general manager has resigned.
Older New Zealanders bore the brunt of the Covid-19 pandemic and more attention will need to be paid to their needs in future, an Otago researcher says.
The University of Otago looks set to pare back on planned capital spending after a multimillion-dollar drop in income resulting from Covid-19.
Otago Polytechnic leaders are keen to celebrate the Dunedin School of Art's 150 years but Covid-19 has been getting in the way.
Between them, the University of Otago, Southern Institute of Technology and Otago Polytechnic have more more than 40,000 students and more than 5000 staff. Together, they add well above $1billion...
Jemma Barltrop will host a celebration at her home near Dunedin tomorrow, but it is much different from the occasion she had expected to host there.
Doctors are questioning University of Otago plans to drop mental health and women’s health as compulsory final-year subjects in its medical degree.
Andrew Noone has emerged as an early frontrunner to take over from Otago Regional Council chairwoman Marian Hobbs if she is removed from the role.
The University of Otago fell behind on capital spending by $25.4million during the Covid-19 lockdown but construction is back in full swing.
Leaders of organisations that deal with the Otago Regional Council say they want councillors to get on with the job of governing.
Otago Regional Council chairwoman Marian Hobbs is set to face a vote next month to have her ousted from the position.
Nine Otago regional councillors have put their names to a move to oust chairwoman Marian Hobbs.
It was already a big occasion for a big crowd — and then the home team scored a memorable victory.
Otago Regional Council chairwoman Marian Hobbs says she has no show of holding on to the role but she will not quit.
Seven motor vehicles were burnt in Invercargill this morning and the incident is being treated as suspicious.
Three men have been charged with offensive behaviour after pitch invasions at last night's Super Rugby Aotearoa match in Dunedin.
A complaint about a TV show’s investigation into the way the University of Otago reacted to sexual assault and rape allegations by current and former students has been rejected.
The University of Otago is likely to face losses this year and next, before returning to a state approaching normal in 2022.