Thirteen years ago, Dunedin man Murray Moore faced a stark choice — give up smoking or risk death on the operating table.
Police were called to disperse a large group of tertiary students who had thronged to a flat in North Dunedin this afternoon.
Rates rises, increased borrowing or putting projects on hold are possibilities for the Dunedin City Council as it grapples with financial stresses from flow-on income reductions caused by Covid-19.
A heavy snow watch has been extended to Dunedin tonight as much of the South prepares for a rough couple of days of weather.
Otago Polytechnic deputy chief executive, learning and teaching services, Oonagh McGirr explains the origins of a Student Voice Symposium-Te Reo Tuatahi, which began at the polytechnic on Thursday.
A man with an enormous, and enormously expensive, addiction to methamphetamine, will continue his rehabilitation behind bars after being sentenced on a wide variety of charges yesterday.
Dunedin kindergarten teachers have been recognised nationally for their commitment to learning sign language, creating an inclusive and accessible environment for deaf children.
After 40 minutes of treading water and trying desperately to hold on to his capsized boat, Jim Murdoch began to question how much longer he could last.
Parking opportunists are angering cyclists, after five cars took advantage of the temporary removal of cycle lane separators.
Advance NZ co-leader Billy Te Kahika Jr was spoken to by police for incorrectly wearing a mask on a flight from Wellington to Dunedin.
Covid-19 academics may be respected, but experts who warn of dangers associated with alcohol are pooh-poohed, University of Otago vice-chancellor Harlene Hayne says.
The Southern District Health Board is calling for extensive parking options on the edge of Dunedin’s central city to be included as part of an overhaul of the city’s transport system.
A single duckling stops for a breather while out with its mother at the Dunedin Botanic Garden on Thursday.