A total of $40 million in Health Research Council funding is supporting a series of University of Otago projects, including one investigating the health impact of babypouches.
A high-risk sex offender - while under the intensive scrutiny of Corrections - used a phone to access Tinder, despite being banned from internet use.
Complaints about how early childhood education services in Otago and Southland are run have more than doubled in the past three years, Ministry of Education data shows.
A public meeting in Dunedin has thrown its weight behind a bid to protect the Foulden Maar near Middlemarch.
A former national wrestling star with a penchant for drunken violence has chalked up two more convictions.
A major rail funding package announced by the Government yesterday pledges to replace KiwiRail's aged South Island locomotive fleet and 900 flat-top container wagons, but contains no guarantee of...
The Dunedin City Council's companies have delivered another shock, as new forecasts project a $33.8 million loss by Aurora Energy over the next two years.
Dunedin city councillors vowed to follow up words with action as they voted to declare a climate emergency.
Two men who stole an arsenal of weapons from a Dunedin gun club member have been granted parole halfway through their respective prison terms.
Good Samaritans have stepped up to install security doors, top of the line CCTV, and fix electrical issues at Dunedin's Al Huda Mosque.
A University of Otago study shows introducing a sugary drinks tax works to reduce consumption and its authors say the New Zealand Government should take note.
In a landmark decision, the Employment Relations Authority has set collective pay rates for Jacks Hardware and Timber Ltd employees.
Otago Polytechnic's Auckland campus would disappear if a proposal in a draft Cabinet paper obtained by the National Party went ahead, the polytechnic's chief executive says.
Former pupils of Kavanagh College are calling on the Catholic Bishop of Dunedin to "break the cycle" of inaction over historic sexual abuse by committing to renaming the school.
Mosgiel's RSA plans to sell its revamped clubrooms and restaurant and move to property it owns across the road.
Emergency services were called to a collision involving two cars and a Fonterra milk tanker on Dunedin's Southern Motorway tonight.