Student representatives are heartened the University of Otago will not be rushing into changing the way students are selected for its medical school.
Passengers on Dunedin’s buses should have a smoother ride today, as confusion related to the new Bee Card system is expected to subside.
Some buses were running late in Dunedin this morning and customers are having problems with the new Bee Card system.
Central Otago firefighters from two stations yesterday rushed to tackle a scrub fire by Gorge Creek near Fruitlands in the Teviot Valley.
The King’s High School board of trustees is backing the school’s rector over comments he made about the upcoming cannabis referendum.
Mandatory meal breaks could be scrapped under a National-led government, but meat workers say the plan is out to lunch.
Crew on a container ship who are desperate to spend time ashore in Dunedin have been "blindsided" by extra Covid-19 precautions.
King's High School rector Nick McIvor’s comments about the upcoming cannabis referendum caused an uproar, but he may be in the clear.
Covid-19 put the brakes on Otago Polytechnic’s drive to attract international students but marketing still includes advertising in Russian.
A Dunedin woman unable to get to her father’s funeral has taken some solace from recording a speech for it.
A Dunedin man who breached the autumn lockdown by engaging in non-essential travel was being driven to his girlfriend’s property just after midnight.
Plans to offer Dunedin water maintenance contracts to two large companies- bypassing the DCC's usual tender process - were reviewed legally and the Commerce Commission doesn't intend to investigate.
A Dunedin woman who had to cancel her big OE is well aware her chances of getting much of her money back may have taken a hit.
Planks of timber lay in a fenced-off area at the front of the church, but the fire-damaged St Paul’s Cathedral, in Dunedin, was open again.
A Dunedin woman whose grandson was removed from her family says a government apology is "like gold".
A truck battery may have been responsible for a strong smell of gas at a Mosgiel property last night.
Student representatives are worried proposed caps on the number of Maori and Pasifika admissions to the University of Otago Medical School could have negative implications for decades.