Tributes are flowing on social media for a young man who was one of two killed in a Dunedin crash over the weekend.
A large and intense fire that caused extensive damage to a South Dunedin building is unlikely to have been deliberately lit.
A file of incidents involving Cr Lee Vandervis includes claims of swearing, bullying and spraying saliva. Read it in full here.
The Southern District Health Board has no idea when the second stage of its multimillion-dollar intensive care unit development will be able to receive patients.
A hardship fund for Otago Polytechnic students is worth $214,000, but just $12,000 has gone into their pockets so far.
Fighting Covid-19 has cost the cash-strapped Southern District Health Board more than $7 million so far, on top of an estimated $6.85 million in lost revenue.
A strong southerly change this evening is expected to bring snow as low as 300m and heavy rain to parts of the South, including Dunedin.
Sahara Ferguson (8), of Outram, holds an apricot sea star, watched by her brother Quinn (4) and their mother Sara Ferguson, at the New Zealand Marine Studies Centre pop-up aquarium, on Saturday.
Babies with jaundice in Nigeria may benefit from an idea that came from an enterprise contest team led by a University of Otago student.
The New Dunedin Hospital logo is so similar to one used for a sex education programme that at least one of them will probably have to change.
Otago Museum natural science assistant curator Kane Fleury (right) discusses a beaked whale skull with Stephen Bithell and his son Harrison (4), of Dunedin, at the museum on Saturday as part of the...
After disappearing into one particularly large post-explosion cloud, even Big Science Show presenter Amadeo Enriquez Ballestero seemed slightly lost for words.
A push to sideline some councillors from deciding whether Otago Regional Council chairwoman Marian Hobbs should be removed from her role has been labelled absurd.
Dunedin carver Riki Tamakehu presented carvings to two Dunedin community groups yesterday to thank them for their work to counter family violence.
Advertising scholarships for students learning about construction or health and safety is the first step of Otago Polytechnic’s community-based response resulting from a prosecution after a...
Dunedin's craving for drama in the wake of the Covid-19 lockdown will be satisfied in October, when musical theatre returns to the Regent Theatre.
Specialist police staff are helping to identify the bodies of two people killed in a fiery crash between a car and truck in Dunedin early this morning.