A student fears she may have to leave Dunedin after failing to secure a rental property despite visiting nearly 50 in the past month.
The weather scuppered one cruise ship visit yesterday, but Dunedin and Port Chalmers businesses and residents said people’s spirits were not dampened.
The University of Otago has confirmed it has given more power to academics in response to their concerns about the way the institution was run.
Contractors might have to go green if they want their tender applications to get the tick from the Dunedin City Council.
Dunedin could be about to get its fourth McDonald’s restaurant.
A world-leading University of Otago palaeontologist is being remembered for his "immense" impact on the field.
Pharmacists are reporting a run on Rat kits and anti-viral packs as the southern region experiences a "fifth wave" of Covid-19.
Universities have not responded quickly enough to the threat posed by artificial intelligence, a leading academic told the University of Otago council.
The University of Otago appears set to bow to pressure from a group of more than 120 professors by giving academics more say over how the institution is run.
A proposal to drastically reduce bus fares in Dunedin to a 50c flat rate is awaiting a government agency’s approval.
Firefighters battled a blaze on Rabbit Island in Blueskin Bay, north of Dunedin, yesterday.
A fire has destroyed about one hectare of pine and scrub forest on Rabbit Island in Blueskin Bay, north of Dunedin.
If you had asked Arend Sijnja anything about trucks four years ago, he would have been stumped.
Further investment in rain radar technology will have benefits for the Otago economy, a regional councillor says.
Covid-19 cases and deaths are climbing in the South, as a leading epidemiologist warns New Zealand has entered its "fifth wave" of the virus.
Nature-based adaptations such as planting trees and soft engineering options have been backed to save the flood-prone and earthquake-risk township of Glenorchy.
The wheels on the buses keep going round and round in the Otago region.
A railway advocacy group is calling on the Otago Regional Council to investigate the possibility of reviving an inter-regional rail service from Dunedin to Christchurch.
A controversial goldmining proposal for the Clutha River has hit another snag after an Otago Regional Council planner recommended it be declined.
A year ago, Olly Rudd was just another competitive home brewer at the Dunedin Craft Beer & Food Festival.