They may frown on dancing at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena, but the crowd at tonight’s Stevie Nicks Dunedin concert had no such worries.
The usual busy Friday crowds in the Octagon bars have been swelled by concertgoers preparing for the walk to Forsyth Barr Stadium for tonight's Stevie Nicks and The Pretenders concert.
The SDHB still has the third highest number of reported adverse events in New Zealand despite a slight decline in the past year.
Both lanes of Dunedin's northern motorway have reopened after a crash caused delays for much of today.
The second album by Port Chalmers singer-songwriter Nadia Reid is better than records by Kendrick Lamar, Queens of the Stone Age and The National.
Peter Crampton is stepping down as head of Otago Medical School next year.
A University of Otago-based national men's health centre was launched in Dunedin yesterday and director Prof David Baxter hopes it will be a ''game-changer''.
Recent research suggests a ''more effective'' way for GPs to talk to male patients about the health risks posed by obesity.
Two Mosgiel brothers have come away grinning quietly after their film came second overall in the New Zealand regional final of an international film competition.
Community Law Otago is pleased a high-interest lender has removed a power-of-attorney clause from loan agreements.
Tonight's 24 Karat Gold concert at Forsyth Barr Stadium brings together two of rock's most compelling women, who have been receiving rave reviews ahead of their Dunedin show.
After appearing in court three times in 2014 for drunken violence, Chantelle Rose Parry told the court she had ''seen the light''.
Fog blankets Otago Harbour as HMNZS Otago sails slowly past Roseneath, headed for the Birch St wharf in Dunedin early yesterday.
To celebrate her first day at work, a Dunedin hairdresser went for drinks with her new colleagues.
The number of eye patients overdue for follow-up appointments has been growing at the SDHB, which has failed to meet another deadline.
The high number of sea lions relaxing at Smaills Beach is a ''positive sign'' people are learning not to disturb them, New Zealand Sea Lion Trust chairman Steve Broni says.
Call it an Amorphophallus titanium if you want, but a blooming corpse flower by any other name would still stink of decaying flesh.
Becoming a mother gave her a new perspective on pacifism and conflict resolution, Portland State University academic Molly Wallace says.
Sawyers Bay School's roll is nearing capacity, prompting its board of trustees to investigate the implementation of an enrolment zone.
More than a third of senior clinicians in New Zealand's public health system have been bullied, a major new survey shows.