Otago has dropped a place but remains the country's second-ranked university in a major international league table, the QS World University Rankings.
One person has been taken to Dunedin Hospital after their car rolled on Pigeon Flat Rd this morning.
Corinda Taylor knows first-hand the financial pressure suicide bereaved families face; she is contemplating selling her family home to fund the ever-mounting fees from a series of legal proceedings...
A young man who had sneaked into the bedroom of a 7-year-old girl to sexually violate her has been jailed for nearly two years.
Southern District Health Board chief allied health, scientific and technical officer Lynda McCutcheon believes she is retiring on a high.
Dunedin Airport is one of the coldest places in the country this morning, as many Kiwis wake to sub-zero or single-digit temperatures.
Former Air New Zealand hostess Melanie Grant sometimes has to remind herself how far she has come in her ''fourth career'', helping with innovative childhood brain cancer treatment in the United...
The Otago Regional Council is not likely meet the standards of a Government investigation, as the Environment Ministry has different ''goalposts'' for critical water work.
Online pain management resources can help support the many New Zealanders living with chronic pain, but cannot replace doctors, a pain researcher says.
The fate of a would-be Middlemarch diatomite mine near Dunedin remains firmly in the hands of the Overseas Investment Office, which has received 25 new submissions on the plans of Australian...
The discovery of leg-hold traps in Frasers Gully has prompted a warning from the Dunedin City Council.
Dunedin city councillors will be among elected members eligible for a new childcare allowance from next month.
Dunedin PhD candidate Jo Virens has gone global with a citizen science project which aims to learn more about the mysterious and endangered Otago skink.
In a three-day span a Dunedin woman allowed her 71-year-old mother six hours' sleep, constantly waking her in the night with a barrage of abuse.
The story of the adventures of a blind youth living in a Steampunk universe may propel a Dunedin man to a career in comics.
A Dunedin site investigated by the Otago Regional Council as a possible headquarters location has been sold to another party.