Dunedin list MP Michael Woodhouse says he's disappointed at being stripped of his health spokesman’s role but enthusiastic about new roles given to him by new National leader Judith Collins.
A Milton man who followed a woman into a public toilet and subjected her to a half-hour sex attack has been declined parole.
A meeting will be hosted by a group of Dunedin residents concerned about a potential new landfill site.
Launching the University of Otago’s online MBA degree in China is likely to double the degree’s overall intake and generate $2.8million in extra income.
Strong domestic support over the school holiday period is keeping Dunedin accommodation providers afloat, Otago Motel Associa0tion president Alex Greenan says.
Only a handful of games companies are driving booming growth in the gaming industry in New Zealand, leaving behind a vacuum where new companies should be appearing.
Sloane Smith, of Dunedin, hugs a gnome as she prepares for the latest July gnome hunt at Glenfalloch Garden yesterday, while Emma Fleming, of Dunedin, came prepared for rain.
More than $250,000 was given to "premier events" in Dunedin last month, the Dunedin City Council has revealed.
No-one was badly hurt when a car hit a lamp post at the McBride St-Rankeilor St intersection in South Dunedin today, police said.
A Dunedin woman used social media app Snapchat to run a mobile drug-dealing operation around the city, a court has heard.
The Hella Mega Tour, which included headliners Green Day, will no longer be going ahead at Forsyth Barr Stadium, after the Australasian leg was cancelled due to Covid-19.
Michael Woodhouse says he is disappointed of losing his role as the National Party health spokesman but respected his new leader's decision.
If planners get proposed road changes wrong, they could bring Dunedin city centre traffic to a standstill, the New Zealand Automobile Association says.
As she ties up loose ends at the end of seven years as the Dunedin City Council’s chief executive, Sue Bidrose is working from a different office.
Critics of double-bunking in prisons say a sex attack at Otago Corrections Facility is symptomatic of a much larger problem.
Judith Collins is already targeting Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern - and ensuring she won't get away with any "nonsense" - but one of her own senior MPs may be the first in her sights.