The director of Dunedin's art gallery has taken two more institutions under his wing, after being named director of the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum and the Dunedin Chinese Garden.
Fulton Hogan says the safety of staff is its top priority as it vows to learn from its mistakes following last week's roller crash.
Henley residents have hope the settlement will be better protected from flooding after a nine-year battle.
From documenting the lives of wolverines to underwater filming, Dr Gianna Savoie's professional life has been diverse - but she has never been based as close to the wilderness as she is at the...
Demonstrations against OMV drilling for oil in the Great South Basin will be discussed at a public meeting this week, the Dunedin branch of Extinction Rebellion says.
The Defence Force has been called in to dispose of a chemical that prompted a street closure in the Dunedin suburb of Kenmure this afternoon.
Valley Bluegrass Band members (from left) Steve Barkman, Robbie Stevens, Dave Coleclough and Carola Dunbar get people with disabilities up and dancing during the 2019 Great Sunday Shindig at the...
A proposed euthanasia law could compound New Zealand's major problems with social isolation, including among older people, a Dunedin psychiatrist warns.
An eight-strong group of mainly student trampers rescued in the Southern Alps at the weekend has been criticised for taking an unnecessary risk by proceeding with the tramp despite knowing adverse...
Performers and contractors at a controversial Otago cannabis festival have been left high and dry as the event's organiser tries to pay off debt of $70,000.
Charlotte Wheeler, from Aart Model Management, models a garment by Tanya Carlson at an "extraordinary" weekend fashion show, based on the fashion collection of Dunedin resident Barbara Brinsley.
Otago Polytechnic's chief executive is leading two working groups looking at the design of the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology.
Fire Emergency New Zealand paid a visit to St Kilda this evening to remove a particularly tight piece of jewellery.
Dozens of Dunedin Rotarians will ride the buses on World Polio Day, October 24, to held end polio for good.
Green Island businessman and community stalwart John Moyle has returned to the Saddle Hill Community Board, after a three-year hiatus.
A two-year project by the Balmacewen Lions Club has led to the placement of 24/7 accessible defibrillators at 10 high schools in Dunedin, Milton and Palmerston.