It's been more than seven years since Nadine Haag died, and her family are still looking for answers.
The end of a three-year affair with a Dunedin businessman allegedly led an Auckland woman to harass her former lover's wife.
Labour leader Andrew Little has criticised the corporate "greed'' behind Mondelez International's plan to close Dunedin's Cadbury factory.
The stereotype of the couch-burning student is quickly becoming a thing of the past as University of Otago’s tough stance on fire-lighting and other antisocial antics pays dividends.
When a horse walked into the Outram Hotel bar yesterday, the barman didn’t ask, "Why the long face?"
Two drivers received minor injuries after their vehicles collided near Taieri Mouth on Saturday.
Hundreds of spectators enjoyed what has become the main pipe band event in the South Island, held in Dunedin during the weekend.
South African yellow-eyed penguin specialist Dr Lisa Argilla has spent the past two months spearheading the temporary "Hoiho Hospital" at the Otago Polytechnic School of Veterinary Nursing in...
O-week will be about more than just partying for 800 students who are set to volunteer for dozens of Dunedin community groups.
Peter Kara might be 76, but he’s still a smooth operator on the dance floor.
A 32-year-old Filipino father of two who died when a gas cylinder exploded on a cruise ship docked in Port Chalmers was farewelled in Dunedin yesterday.
Wind, waves and a lack of fish conspired against 240 salmon anglers on Dunedin’s harbour over the weekend, but nine drummed up the luck required.
The annual migration of students to Dunedin is in full swing and the small minority who take Orientation Week celebrations too far have been warned of tough consequences.
Everyone seemed to be watching Donald Simpson having a great time dancing, yet Donald Simpson was dancing like nobody was watching.
Youngsters start running during a Stride, Ride and Slide event at Logan Park, Dunedin, yesterday. Children aged 2 to 6 ran, rode and slid their way through a short multistage course as their first introduction to triathlon.
The union representing the majority of 362 Dunedin Cadbury staff set to lose their jobs by the start of 2018 has called for the public not to boycott Cadbury’s chocolate.
An elderly female cruise ship passenger has been taken to Dunedin Hospital by helicopter after becoming unwell.
The Dunedin Energy Centre will lose one of its biggest customers when Cadbury closes, as it uses about 20% of the steam generated in the thermal energy plant.
The Otago Regional Council is warning people to avoid contact with Tomahawk Lagoon in Dunedin after potentially toxic blue-green algae were found.
After 23 years, the Dunedin North Rotary Club has reluctantly held its last Christmas trailer raffle to raise funds for the Otago Community Hospice.