It will be all aboard the beloved Tiger Tea bus again for excited youngsters at the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum next week.
Bringing your "whole self to work" is what Otago Polytechnic wants to promote when it comes to the LGBT community.
New information about the condition of one of Dunedin's most prominent churches may save it from demolition.
For Bill Harris, risking being attacked by Islamic State fighters in northern Iraq was one he was willing to take to maintain his academic credibility.
Foulden Maar is home to hundreds of previously unknown species of insects and flowers, the world’s oldest whitebait species, and the oldest freshwater eel in the southern hemisphere.
Regaling the crowd with an historical anecdote at the Garrison Club last night is former staff sergeant with the 1st Otago Southland Regiment Maurice Angelo, of...
Hazel Jenks' voice could easily have been missed among the booming chants of teenagers calling for climate change in the Octagon yesterday.
The Serious Fraud Office raid on the premises of financial adviser Barry Kloogh was a total surprise and had devastated the family, his brother Geoff Kloogh says.
A dairy farmer would tie cows up by their tails, a court has heard, and when the beasts bolted it ripped the ends off.
The Dunedin City Council is eyeing a funding increase of more than $1million to better prepare for climate change, amid warnings continued underinvestment risks exacerbating the threat of ...
More than a billion dollars of the Government’s sometimes controversial Provincial Growth Fund has been allocated, but only a small fraction has gone towards projects specific to Otago and Southland.
After canvassing the opinions of students, a University of Otago law students' group will not be accepting money from law firm Russell McVeagh this year.
Gearing up for a roaring night at the SPCA Great Gatsby Ball last night are friends Gemma Muldrew and Dean Delaney, both of Dunedin.
A scathing report on the funding mechanisms of Dunedin’s controversial covered sports stadium has been delivered in a University of Otago study.
David Loughrey spent last week at the Trenz tourism conference in Rotorua, where he learned about niche tourism marketing, and had a very good idea.
The dental clinical services building in Dunedin is finished and nearly ready for business, marking a milestone in the University of Otago's $130 million project to upgrade the School of Dentistry.