The violin Alexander Aitken played in the trenches in the Gallipoli Campaign and at the Battle of the Somme is on display at Otago Boys’ High School. Dunedin Symphony Orchestra Gallipoli to the...
The ODT asks some questions of arts festival Dunedin performer, Mikelangelo.
Many in the Caversham community are delighted the Dunedin City Council has begun looking for ways to fix a "dangerous" intersection.
Alcohol is everywhere in Dunedin. It’s on our streets, in our shops and our homes, forming habits that can last a lifetime. But when does a taste for a tipple become a problem? In the second of a...
St Clair Hot Salt Water Pool duty supervisor Ian Fitzpatrick watches as a robot pool scrubber puts the finishing touches to the paddling pool in readiness for the opening of the pool on Saturday.
There is precisely one week to go until the last day of voting in Dunedin’s local government elections. David Loughrey looks back on the election period so far and considers what attitude one...
Australian comedian Jim Jefferies has rescheduled performances in Dunedin and Invercargill from this month to next year.
Members of the Bus Users Support Group Otepoti Dunedin have proved walking to work from some parts of Dunedin is quicker than taking a bus.
REVIEW: Elizabeth Bouman enjoys two shows with a nautical theme.
Kotomiyo Cowell had fun yesterday as drummers heralded the flowering of cherry blossoms outside the University of Otago clocktower building.
A woman set to speak in Dunedin later this month risked her life negotiating with Islamic terrorists for the release of soldiers and unknowingly became involved in a battle involving the...
The biggest threat to specialist services in Dunedin is the Otago-Southland region’s lack of population, Southern DHB deputy commissioner Richard Thomson says.
Beware — the "fraudsters, con-men and charlatans" will be out in Dunedin tonight.
A Dunedin GP says he is being forced to join a shared medical records system which gives the Southern District Health Board a "blank cheque" to take more patient information.
The SDHB is fighting a proposal to classify Dunedin’s endangered physio pool site as a heritage building, saying it may have to be demolished as part of a hospital redevelopment.
A Dunedin nightclub manager who fleeced his friend and business owner of more than $20,000 has been sentenced to home detention.
The ODT asks some questions of Dunedin Arts Festival performer Olivia Hadlow.
Light is being restrained and directed for the Samuel Beckett play Krapp’s Last Tape as part of Arts Festival Dunedin.
Unsettled yet strangely relaxed is how Arts Festival Dunedin virtual reality performance The Cube had me feeling yesterday.
The wait is over. It’s been two long years since the Arts Festival Dunedin team last lured some of the world’s great creative types to our fair city