One Dunedin woman has been marching in step for nearly 45 years.
Otago Muslims are not sure suppressing content from the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch mosque shootings is doing the right thing by victims.
Two people caught speeding at more than 150kmh while under the influence of alcohol have been blasted as "bloody idiots".
A thirst for a gruelling race involving orienteering, hiking, mountain biking, abseiling and kayaking in Dunedin, has finally been quenched.
Otago Polytechnic’s global engagement director has accepted voluntary redundancy amid a downturn in the international student market caused by Covid-19.
Despite wet weather, crowds gathered to watch the lighting of the Christmas tree in Dunedin’s Octagon on Saturday.
Peyton Bond (left) and Genevieve Scanlan (both of Dunedin) write cards to people who will be incarcerated in New Zealand this holiday season.
When a judge sentenced a Dunedin couple to home detention earlier this month, he questioned where the money they had stolen had gone. Gavin Bainbridge tells Rob Kidd where the cash went and why they pleaded guilty.
Evidence given by ministers and public sector bosses to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch terrorist attack will be suppressed for 30 years, including the names of the Dunedin police officers who vetted the terrorist for his gun licence.