After living 100 years, including an incarceration at Dachau concentration camp, all one Dunedin woman asks for is a bit of butter.
Police had to abandon a high-speed pursuit in the Waikouaiti area this morning after a motorcyclist failed to stop.
You might not like what she has to say but British comedian Sajeela Kershi still wants to make you laugh.
Representatives of the Kaua'i Community College, on the Hawaiian island of Kaua'i, and members of the island's business community have continued an "extremely positive" visit to Otago Polytechnic and wider Dunedin area.
Recently appointed University of Otago scientist Prof Miguel Quinones-Mateu plans to focus part of his research on emergent viruses that could pose a threat to New Zealand's biosecurity.
History repeated itself yesterday as two old rivals reached a photo finish in a thrilling conclusion to the Surf to Stadium Fun Run and Walk in Dunedin.
From microchipping and desexing stray dogs in the Cook Islands to organising flea and worm treatment for them, an Otago Polytechnic vet lecturer says she values her 15-year connection to the...
A North Taieri girl was ‘‘shocked’’ to qualify to represent her country in a horse riding competition in Australia.
Scott Elmegreen has been telling stories all his life, so it’s no wonder he has made a career out of it. The American writer tells Rebecca Fox about the importance of keeping his work diverse.
A Dunedin mother whose son killed himself six years ago says she is still waiting for a coroner's inquest into his death.
Communities in Concord and Waldronville are among neighbourhood groups across Dunedin coming together to mark Neighbours Day.
The man who filmed himself chipping a piece from Dunedin's waterfront tooth sculpture has walked away without a conviction.
Without the foresight of Dunedin's Presbyterian forefathers, the aged-care sector in Otago would be in a far worse state than it is today.