Sometimes it is the people behind the scenes who clear the way for sporting success. Reporter Simon Henderson talks to local identity Dave Mclean, who knows how to make a clean sweep for cross...
A Dunedin artist is experimenting with ways to capture the colours of nature on handcrafted clothing. Kirsten Koch uses a process called botanical dying which involves placing organic material...
A massive building boom in Dunedin will need thousands of people in the construction industry as the new Dunedin Hospital project gains momentum.
It takes a cool customer to hang on to your guts and not hurl while eating increasingly hot chillies.
Children’s radio host Captain Cornflakes talks to his newly appointed "news girl" Emery Goodwin (7), during his early morning radio show Space Station Kiwi on Radio Dunedin.
Broken down and bone dry, Dunedin’s physiotherapy pool lies hollow and empty behind locked doors. It has been a year since the pool had to close on May 20, 2021 when the heating unit broke down....
The global gaming sector is worth billions and Dunedin is increasingly grabbing a bigger slice of the pie with an impressive collection of innovative video game companies.
Storms from space could be easier to predict thanks to a five-year project led by the University of Otago.
Disabled people experienced considerable stress and confusion by the Governments’ Omicron response, says the Human Rights Commission.
Dunedin children’s performer Rainbow Rosalind is helped by siblings (from left) Wish (8), Betty (7) and Bash (5) Skinley to put the finishing touches to her new music video The Sign Language Song.
Dunedin's Tama Sasaki is amazed at the coincidence she picked up a lost SD card showing a Japanese family and was able to return it to them.
A painter and his simple Port Chalmers cottage have been recognised by Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga.
Tales of war and sacrifice emerged from silent gravestones during a tour of Andersons Bay Cemetery on Anzac Day. Dunedin historian Gregor Campbell led about a dozen people on a journey around the...
Playing with a pet rabbit, celebrating a birthday with cake, hugging your dog, taking part in sporting events.
An ancient fish hook shows the connection between different peoples of the Pacific Islands a University of Otago archaeology professor says.
Ancient sea skills will be shared during a talk at Tuhura Otago Museum on Saturday. Called "Navigating Moana Nui", listeners will go on a Pacific Island voyage of discovery. Papa Mata Taurarii,...