Otago University has celebrated its 20th anniversary of Pacific Voices XX, an event held for postgraduate Pasifika students or students with Pacific focused studies.
Two prominent Dunedin men have been charged with serious sex offences in unrelated cases and have had their identities suppressed.
Dunedin property owners who have rubbish and recycling collected from the kerb will pay a flat rate for the upgraded service.
The appointment of a new vice-chancellor at the University of Otago could be still several months away, as the institution acknowledges it is still going through the process.
The New Zealand flag will be flown at half mast in Dunedin today to recognise the suffering of both sides of the conflict in Gaza.
New Health Minister Dr Shane Reti says there was always going to be a cost-benefit analysis for a proposed medical school at the University of Waikato.
The potential for a school principal or two to get bumped about in a car race at Beachlands Speedway has pupils and parents rubbing their hands together.
Kāinga Ora has paused significant investment in social housing in South Dunedin while the council plans how it should adapt to climate change.
A car stolen from a Dunedin wreckers' yard was later spotted parked in a central city street, police say.
Police have identified the youth who sent a threat to Bayfield High School which triggered an armed lockdown with officers surrounding the grounds.
Power has been restored after an unplanned outage left more than 450 homes without electricity in Brockville and Halfway Bush.
A Dunedin man’s string of violent crimes came to an end when police found him naked, wielding a chair leg and pepper-sprayed him into submission.
The stepdaughter of a man on 17 child abuse charges has been accused of making up the allegations in order please her mother, a court has heard.
From a lanky and likeable pupil in shorts in the 1970s, to a lanky and likeable principal (still often in shorts), Rick Geerlofs has come a long way.
Dunedin households that have rubbish and recycling collected at the kerb could each pay an assumed average of $330 for an upgraded service next year — amounting to a price rise for many.
The University of Otago is pleased government coalition negotiations mean there will now be a "cost-benefit analysis" for any future medical school and wants to be involved in it.
Screenwriter exchanges between Dunedin and Shanghai, as well as each city exchanging films to showcase, will soon resume.
A fast-tracked resource consent has been granted for the new Dunedin hospital inpatient building, but flood-proofing and 130 staff cycle spaces will be required.