A new agreement will allow emergency aircraft to get to work quicker and more efficiently in the event of a disaster.
The public could be denied a proper say about extensive water reforms, Dunedin elected members fear.
A long-term Dunedin housing shortage of more than 3000 homes is forecast to be slashed to a shortfall of 100 under likely changes to the district plan.
Some Dunedin bus shelters are not up to standard and the city council has had to issue itself with a notice to fix them.
Southern District Health Board chairman Pete Hodgson has reiterated his offer to the Government for the region to be a test case for compulsory fluoridation of drinking water.
The skeleton of a new University of Otago hall of residence takes shape at the corner of Albany and Forth Sts.
Senior medical and dental staff across the South are attending stopwork meetings today to discuss stalled contract negotiations.
Caring for two Covid-19-stricken sailors over the weekend stretched Southland Hospital almost to breaking point.
Research under way at Moana Pool, in Dunedin, could help lower the chances of young children drowning.
Carisbrook will soon be known more for plasterboards than scoreboards when a new PlaceMakers outlet opens on the former sports ground site.
Playing French composer Gabriel Faure’s Elegie, Op 24 and then reflecting on their performance are Sophie Sun (piano) and Heleen du Plessis (cello) during an autism fundraising concert at Otago...
A Dunedin doctor was caught drink-driving at more than four times the limit with his ailing mother in tow, a court has heard.
A judge has refused to release court documents detailing the full extent of the violence allegations against All Black Shannon Frizell.
Holding a 1:18 scale classic 1960s Batmobile model is Eric Brockie (84) at the New Zealand Model Vehicle Club Otago branch annual showcase in Dunedin yesterday.
The number of University of Otago students facing life with a disability could be more than 1500, Otago Disabled Students’ Association president Lauren Dewhirst says.
They have batted down their foes, secured the golden Mace and now the Black Caps are sharing their victory with the country.
At least $1.3million in repairs is needed in the short to medium term to keep the Dunedin physio pool afloat.