She was just 2 when her mother was murdered in Dunedin. Now, Georgina Jacobs is learning more about a "creative and loving soul". Molly Houseman reports.
Parents joining the Dunedin dental school’s queue may have to wait up to two years for treatment because of a Covid-19 double whammy.
Changes to Dunedin’s new district plan, to address the city’s shortfall in housing capacity, have been delayed by six months.
It is hoped the creation of two ‘‘innovative’’ new funds will benefit Maori and Pasifika communities in Dunedin post-Covid.
Outdoor adventures will be more accessible for people with varying levels of mobility, thanks to a new website.
Scaffolding and a plastic membrane wrap surround the University of Otago’s former Albany St recording studio, as asbestos removal progresses.
School pupils are being introduced to alcohol at an increasingly younger age, making them more likely to develop poor drinking behaviours later in life, research shows.
After wreaking havoc last week, severe gales are set to return to the southern region for the start of the working week.
Jody Takimoana and Desiree Williams lift food from a hangi in the Quad, at Otago Polytechnic yesterday, while Lorraine van der Laan (27, below) tries some.
The national aerobics championships have taken more than a bit of work to arrange thanks to Covid-19 restrictions. They'll be held at Otago Girls’ High School this weekend.
She has cute freckles, despises long walks on the beach, but absolutely loves fishing with friends, long-haul travel and watching the sunsets at Taiaroa Head.
Food, glorious food, was served up at the latest Food Truck Festival at the University of Otago, in Dunedin, yesterday.
Dunedin Training Centre friends (from left) Paige Davis, Justina Davis and Destiny Hurren-Hughes enjoy the daffodils between Grosvenor St and the Southern Motorway.
A South Dunedin building damaged by fire is safe, despite a large piece of roof narrowly missing a pedestrian after it came loose in high winds, the Dunedin City Council says.
The University of Otago’s vice-chancellor has agreed to meet students who are seeking answers about possible changes to selection processes for the medical school.
A murderer who attacked another murderer while behind bars explained: "I just lost my self-control. I pretty much kicked him in the head."