It's been a cool day but the atmosphere is warming up as fans get ready for tonight's test between New Zealand and France in Dunedin.
It did not take long for St John to decide Middlemarch couple Merv and Joan Wilson were volunteer material.
An unknown object zipping through the air on the Dunedin’s Royal Albatross Colony’s webcam remainsa mystery as staff at thec entre are unable to identify it.
Support services at the University of Otago have been taking on extra staff to cope with the number of students with disabilities and impairments seeking assistance, as the figure climbs by...
A whole lot of home-kill meat and a prized piece of horse riding gear were among the items reported burgled to Southern police towards the end of this week.
Peter Crampton, the outgoing University of Otago pro-vice-chancellor of health sciences and dean of the Otago Medical School, had big plans when he took over the roles seven and a-half years ago....
A visit to McDonald’s yesterday did not result in a happy meal for two Dunedin motorists.
New Zealand needs to recognise and protect its health professionals, the University of Otago’s outgoing pro-vice-chancellor of health sciences Peter Crampton says.
An ex-School of Mines student is thrilled his old flat, "The Shambles" — a historic party house that once lent its name to a snowcat in the Antarctic — will be featured in a compilation of historic...
University of Otago researchers who aim to help restore fertility to women with a disabling ovary disorder are "over the moon" after gaining a nearly $5million grant from the Health Research Council.
Competition for parking spaces has led to Dunedin residents heading to work earlier and even avoiding some areas all together.
Otago Polytechnic’s recently-completed and record-setting Student Village has won two national awards, including a "green building" excellence prize.
As winter sets in, the trail crew charged with looking after walks and community trails around Dunedin are keen to get more volunteers prepared to brave the cold.
Staff from the Dunedin City Council and New Zealand Post have met to discuss how they can work together following closure of the South Dunedin post shop.
The rate of strokes is due to rise by 40% by 2028, as both the country’s population and the proportion of elderly people increases, an Otago university researcher says.
Dunedin Botanic Garden staff have started the delicate process of removing more than 900 plants from the winter garden glasshouse to make way for a total refurbishment.
Five young dancers all won honours in the novice modern jazz — 9 years and under section — the first event on the opening day of annual ballet competitions yesterday, held by the Dunedin Performing...
The rugby will be played under a roof but fans on their way to watch the All Blacks have been warned of treacherous road conditions in Dunedin.
Reporter John Gibb spoke to Dunedin poet Peter Olds this week about his interest in photography, and why he once took many photos of graffiti and other images on the city’s walls and buildings. He...
A first-time boxer says she was motivated to support the Sophie Elliott Foundation after hearing stories of abusive relationships among her peers.