The word ''tits'' in a breast cancer survivor's book advertisement has drawn a complaint from a Dunedin resident.
Design drawings have emerged of the new Dunedin Hospital, offering a glimpse of the planned outpatient and day surgery building.
The number of gang members and prospects in Otago and Southland has skyrocketed, rising 61% in less than two years.
Police have released photos of two men they are seeking in relation to a serious assault in Dunedin at the weekend.
A ribbon-tying initiative in the Catholic Diocese of Dunedin has been launched to support victims of historic sexual abuse, but not everybody is happy.
The former head of five University of Otago halls of residence is calling for compulsory resident adviser (RA)-to- student ratios in a new code of conduct for tertiary providers.
Police are warning people to keep their cars locked and hide any valuables after recent thefts from Dunedin car parks.
The death of a Little Blue Penguin has sparked calls for dog owners to be responsible on Dunedin's beaches.
British industrial heritage advocate Sir Neil Cossons is confident the momentum behind improvements at the Dunedin Gasworks Museum can be built up again.
Otago Polytechnic has almost completed a review of its critical incident procedures, after identifying failings in a response to a person who turned up at the Dunedin School of Art allegedly...
Following the death of Sophia Crestani, and in the lead-up to exams today, the University of Otago has reported a rise in requests for compassionate consideration and for appointments at Student...
New Zealand should rethink making attachment orders to repay loans from beneficiaries, Salvation Army Dunedin community ministries manager David McKenzie says.
Contractors install new concrete panels, as part of work to prevent erosion and maintain beach access at Dunedin's St Clair Beach.
Possums have almost been completely wiped out at Flagstaff, and attention is turning to eradicating the pests at Mount Cargill.