The Dunedin City Council and Department of Conservation need to be held to account over the large blaze near Middlemarch earlier this month, a farmer says.
University of Otago's process for handling a medical school rort has been "seriously deficient", the Resident Doctors Association says, and raises concerns about the impacts on hospital wards.
Traffic and parking frustrations are growing in Dunedin, but so, too, is the city's sense of prosperity, the results of the latest Residents' Opinion Survey show.
Graduating Otago Polytechnic students showcased the culmination of their year of work in an exhibition last night.
Eight people's deaths while in the care of the Southern District Health Board are among 48 cases recorded in the organisation's latest adverse events report.
Extra buses may be added in Port Chalmers as cruise ship passengers fill the services, leaving locals in the lurch.
Queenstown Mayor Jim Boult says he is serious about pushing the Dunedin City Council to help fund the regeneration of Aurora's lines network.
The University of Otago is remaining tight-lipped about what the process was when it came to checking the documentation of the 53 students found to have breached expectations regarding their...
A former rural stock agent has pleaded not guilty to allegations of theft and fraud totalling $2million.
Fans can expect a "monstrous" show when the Rocketman takes the Dunedin stage, a veteran Australian promoter says.
A Dunedin doctor accused of the murder of a teenage girl told police he never visited her house on the night of her death.
More than 700 lower-temperature lights will be used in sensitive areas of Dunedin as part of the city's street light upgrade, the Dunedin City Council says.
Dunedin is playing host to a bioethics bonanza - a combined New Zealand Bioethics and Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law conference, covering topics from whistle-blowing to robots...
The University of Otago's $26m music, theatre and performing arts complex and its new research support facility will continue to take shape over the summer holidays.
A jury in a murder trial has heard how a Dunedin doctor allegedly molested a semi-conscious woman and threatened another with a machete.