A pride parade through the city is not quite in reach for this year's Dunedin Pride Festival, but organisers believe it is only a matter of time before it becomes a reality.
University of Otago Medical School dean Prof Peter Crampton last night warmly thanked the Dunedin Pacific communities for their support, and was praised as a strong advocate for improved Pacific health.
Whether glass is being broken or students need to be walked home, the university's burly protectors are always on shift.
His name is everywhere - from hats, to newspapers, to skyscrapers. But as of now, there is one media outlet in Dunedin where the United States President's name won't be found.
A North Dunedin student pit stop has reopened just in time to serve up fare for hungry young minds.
As he approaches his 100th birthday, former Dunedin Presbyterian minister and controversial theologian Sir Lloyd Geering is writing another book.
The role was bestowed on Fr Michael Dooley without his knowledge, and came as something of a shock.
After 15 years of operations, Dunedin nightclub Brimstone is set to close it doors for the final time tonight, due to what owner Ian Lindsay says is the changing nature of hospitality in the city.
From next week, calls to the Dunedin City Council's after-hours phone service will be answered by someone in Palmerston North.
A University of Otago law student is among those said to have been targeted by inappropriate sexual behaviour at top New Zealand law firm Russell McVeagh.
Last week, Health Minister David Clark went public over a glitch in the bowel screening pilot scheme which may have affected three people who went on to get cancer, one of whom has since died.
Despite at least three ''disappointing'' couch burnings so far this O Week, emergency services say in general students have celebrated respectfully.
Health Minister David Clark's review of the national bowel screening programme is unlikely to address controversy over the initial screening test.
Prof Mark Henaghan is calling time on nearly half a century at the University of Otago.
Te Kaika, a new health centre in Caversham, intends to be a poster child for the hub model of providing healthcare. Health reporter Mike Houlahan visits the facility, which opens on Wednesday.
Port Otago has shut down public access to 360m of asbestos-contaminated wharfside sheds in Fryatt St after a member of the public found asbestos dust on her vehicle, where up to 50 cars park most days.
The subjects in medical research projects do not often get a say, so Bill Thompson was not missing out when asked to speak at the opening of the Brain Research New Zealand Dunedin Dementia Prevention Research Clinic.
A tourist driver was ticketed for speeding at more than 140kmh two days before a head-on smash, a court has heard.
Emergency services work to extract a person from a crashed four-wheel-drive vehicle near the intersection of Midland and Otaki Sts yesterday afternoon.
A woman has appeared in court and been granted bail after allegedly threatening to kill a Work and Income staff member in Dunedin.