When the traffic stops, Jarryd Osborne gets go-go dancing.
The University of Otago is not budging on its ban on cycling through the central area of the Dunedin campus.
An Otago man who says he waited almost a year for a diagnostic scan for suspected prostate cancer says improvements to the southern cancer treatment system cannot come fast enough.
Pasifika residents of Dunedin need a community gathering place, city councillors were told yesterday.
Plants outside the Dunedin District Court have been infected by a sap-sucking pest, and the Ministry of Justice plans to tackle the problem at its root.
The Otago University Students’ Association has reasserted its opposition to a proposed delay in upgrading Dunedin’s tertiary precinct.
The Southern District Health Board’s failure to meet cancer treatment targets is the result of a complex set of intertwined issues. Delays in getting CT scans have been one central...
A Dunedin family will achieve a rare treble today at the University of Otago’s latest graduation ceremonies.
Otago Harbour authorities had to work together to ensure the harbour was able to compete on the national and international stage, councillors heard yesterday.
One of the victims of the supermarket stabbing has been discharged from hospital as three others continue their recovery.
A Clutha man who used a pool cue to violate a rugby player made a bid to have his sentence reviewed — until threatened with imprisonment.
A bold proposal for housing at Forbury Park has emerged and could reinvigorate South Dunedin by providing affordable homes and help the low-lying suburb adapt to climate change.
A recidivist thief with more than 160 convictions might be an "old dog" but he is capable of "new tricks", his lawyer says.
Last year, Finance Minister Grant Robertson unveiled a Budget like no other as New Zealand tried to tackle the economic shock of a global pandemic. Twelve months on, the 2021 Budget, too, will be...
The sudden death of a Dunedin murderer behind bars has sparked a "life-saver" change to national court processes, the Otago Daily Times can reveal.
A Dunedin student who went to retrieve his stolen cellphone found the burglar who had raided his flat was less than apologetic.