After seeking council support for cheaper alcohol on licensed premises, the Otago University Students' Association will ask students whether it should look into selling cannabis.
Heritage advocates have begged planners managing the new Dunedin Hospital project to reconsider plans to demolish almost all of the buildings on the former Cadbury factory site.
Hundreds of gowned students march down George St for the University of Otago graduation ceremony on Saturday.
Allied Press chairman Sir Julian Smith stands on the Dunedin Town Hall stage at Saturday's graduation ceremony in which he was awarded an honorary doctor of laws degree from the University of Otago.
Contemporary dancers Jake Callender and Sophie McClean perform with other members of the Otago Dance Association Performance Troupe in the atrium at the Otago Museum yesterday afternoon.
Thirty-one soldiers from Bravo Company (Dunedin) 2/4 Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment (RNZIR) went back to basics at Waitati over the weekend.
A Dunedin woman says her beloved fox terrier came within seconds of eating rat poison she believes was deliberately laid in a path leading to a dog park.
A landmark Dunedin pub is shutting up shop downstairs to make way for a pizza chain, less than two years after reopening.
University of Otago dental student Alex Hearn shows mum Lisa around the new dental clinical services building before his graduation ceremony on Saturday.
A man stands accused of wilful damage after walking into Dunedin police station and Saturday night and attacking a brass mermaid statue in the foyer.
Ice is making driving conditions difficult in parts of the South this morning, with one motorist skidding off the road on Dunedin's Northern Motorway.
Claims the Southern District Health Board is a toxic workplace are "bang on", staff who have contacted the Otago Daily Times say.
Keeping seven dogs on a tight leash in South Rd, Caversham, yesterday afternoon is a breeze for Dunedin woman Beverley Livingstone, and (from left) chihuahuas Tina, Pippen,Tommee, Simeon and...
St Hilda's Collegiate School pupil Ellen Mamier (16) learns the ways of the flute with the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra's Feby Idrus on Saturday.
A Bill proposing measures to protect vulnerable people against loan sharks needs more teeth, a Dunedin budget adviser says.
A potential change to a bus timetable may allow school pupils living in Harington Point to get home sooner.