Otago Polytechnic interns are working around the clock to prepare for this weekend’s sold-out iD Fashion Week shows.
Four people were arrested following a single-car crash, which led to the armed offenders squad being deployed on State Highway 1, near Clinton, in South Otago, yesterday.
A former St John paramedic says the system his former colleagues are having to work under is unacceptable.
An Armed Offenders Squad has been deployed following a single vehicle crash on State Highway 1, near Clinton.
Reducing bus fares is an "easy win" in mitigating climate change, a youth-led climate change organisation says.
Interconnected regional transport is needed to address equity issues in Otago and Southland’s transport network.
Most of Otago’s freshwater sites have a long-term rating of poor or fair for swimming suitability, a new report shows.
Becoming a member of an organisation that funds local governments is a “no-brainer”, an Otago regional councillor says.
Dunedin's bus network has rebounded from the effects of Covid-19, a new report shows. But the same can't be said for Queenstown’s bus service.
Otago contributed 6.9% of New Zealand’s emissions in one year despite being only 5% of the population, a new report has found.
After more than a decade of searching, the Otago Regional Council expects to make an announcement about a new headquarters soon.
A happy place near the beach, sea and salt water pool. That's how Isobel Spence remembers St Clair School, where she enrolled nearly 90 years ago.
Getting ready to compete at the Otago centre’s annual championship for piping and highland dancing are under-8 competitors (from left) Eleanor Mckay Vercoe, of Dunedin, Patrick Glover, of...
A new addition to Dunedin’s skyline is about to appear.
The Dunedin City Council has made "complete cobblers" of its part of the bus service, a Dunedin Tramways Union member says.
Many university staff and students in Dunedin find public transport "too slow and too unreliable".
Little consideration has been given to the public transport access issues faced by disabled people in Otago, Parents of Vision Impaired NZ says.
Emergency services were called to King Edward Court in Dunedin as it filled with smoke yesterday morning.
Emergency services were called to King Edward Court in Dunedin as it filled with smoke this morning.
Jeremy Callander does not mince words when talking about drivers putting children at risk in Maori Hill.