Dunedin emergency services were called to a crash after a car hit a power pole in Larnach Rd this morning.
People with higher levels of anxiety have altered perceptions of their breathing, which can lead to ‘‘a negative spiral of emotions’’, University of Otago research has found.
An Otago man looking at advertisements for properties for sale did not expect to see the name of his own homestead there.
The Accident Compensation Corporation’s (ACC) proposal to cover more birth-related injuries is a positive step, health care professionals say.
An enrolment scheme for Waitati School is potentially the first steps towards expanding the school, the principal says.
A new Covid-19 level system that could lead to restrictions easing in the South Island before the rest of the country has drawn cautious optimism.
'That Blind Woman' Julie Woods has climbed Dunedin's Baldwin St, the world's steepest, to highlight Blind Low Vision Week.
A Dunedin migrant couple have been left ‘‘hurt and confused’’ after what had appeared a clear pathway to NZ residency was abruptly blocked by a shift in Government policy.
Margaret Morrison graduated from Otago Girls’ High School 79 years ago and yesterday met a new generation and took a trip down memory lane.
The latest criminal attempt of Dunedin’s most experienced cat burglar unravelled after he left a 100m trail leading straight to his lair.
When Samuel Mandega Mukundu crashed his car while downing beers, he knew he was going to be in trouble.
Two Otago Plunket buildings are being eyed as potential candidates for sale as the preschooler health organisation looks to remain ‘‘financially secure’’.
University of Otago students took part in the annual North Dunedin Student Clean Up, in memory of Sophia Crestani who died in an accident at a student party in 2019.
A drunk truck driver who slammed into nine parked cars outside Dunedin Airport caused more than $140,000 of damage, a court has heard.
Kotuku ngutupapa, the royal spoonbill, is one of six spoonbill species worldwide, and the only one that breeds in New Zealand.
The Government has announced a new system to replace the alert level framework, which will be linked to vaccination rates.
A Dunedin man who breached lockdown when he “got pissed tried driving home and f..... up” has a $3200 bill to pay.
A Mosgiel man repeatedly targeted the residents of a retirement village during a three-week crime spree, a court has heard.