A lifelong leadership journey is about to begin for two Otago lifeguards.
A pollutant investigation is under way following "thousands of litres of blood and guts" spilling on to a Dunedin road at the weekend.
Otago University Students Association has revealed its educational campaign on harm reduction to run during the Agnew St party.
Being reposted by Prince Charles is something to celebrate, especially when you have an important message to share.
Bus patronage in Dunedin is recovering and some users have returned for the first time in years.
Embattled Otago Regional Council chairwoman Marian Hobbs has cast moves against her as an attempt to ignore national policy statements, saying she will not leave her role quietly.
Missing Nationals has not stopped a group of keen marchers from putting their best foot forward.
An uphill race is not for everybody, let alone 21 hours of it.
Nature is catching a break from the effects of pesky possums.
It is hard to find the words to thank someone for saving your life.
Plans for a notorious student street party in Dunedin may have hit a road block.
A cycle trail between Oamaru and Dunedin will peter out at the city limits after the Dunedin City Council shelved the plan.
Level 1 has brought excuses to get "rat-faced", keeping police busy over the weekend.
The operator of iconic Dunedin pub The Cook says he is considering using a Maori name when he renames the music venue.
Some Dunedin people took the move to alert level one as an excuse to get "rat-faced" which led to a busy weekend for police.
Dunedin music venue The Cook could have a new name within a week.
A generous pool of donations has poured into a fund helping struggling students.
Frustrated and disappointed is how one councillor feels about the Otago Regional Council’s response to climate change.
Buying a loaf of bread this week could help support a human rights movement.
Spending by the Otago Regional Council on consultants and lawyers has ‘‘absolutely staggered’’ one councillor, who has asked for clarification.