The life of a much-loved teacher was celebrated in Dunedin last night with an art auction.
Sammy's nightclub owner Sam Chin may have lost his liquor licence, but he says that does not mean the venue will close.
A Dunedin couple redeveloping a heritage building in Stafford St say their model of a high-tech shared office space will give it a new lease of life.
Life is literally a blur for Britnee Tapara.
Herby Wright checks a drill at the annual Allanton machinery sale yesterday.
Port Otago’s new $7 million tug Arihi was yesterday unloaded from cargo ship MV Deltagracht and placed directly into the water at Port Chalmers.
University of Otago staff were yesterday given letters advising how many staff are likely to be cut from humanities departments during a division shake-up.
A new national study highlights the relatively high popularity of walking as a form of transport in Dunedin, and suggests big health benefits would flow from further increasing such exercise.
Police have arrested a man and recovered items believed to have been stolen from houses in North Dunedin.
SPCA Otago has launched an investigation after five newborn puppies were dumped in Dunedin.
Dunedin's largest primary school is being told to review its procedures after a mother accused it of negligence over the treatment of her 6-year-old son.
The Government has been accused of avoiding its responsibilities after research showed homelessness rates in Dunedin have increased by 70% since 2001.
Private hospital Mercy is performing cardiac surgery for Dunedin Hospital as a backlog builds at the public institution.
The owners of Larnach Castle are hoping the discovery of half a bookcase in Christchurch may lead them to the other half of what is a piece of the castle's original furniture.
People should move beyond mere tolerance and try to understand more about others with different faiths and cultures, an Islamic scholar says
A teenager has been arrested and charged with the attempted knifepoint robbery of Highgate Dairy, in Dunedin, earlier this month.
University of Otago staff and students yesterday protested against proposed cuts to what many called ''the critic and conscience of society''.
''Injured and maimed'' patients had to wait among a ''throng'' of others in a short-staffed Dunedin Hospital emergency department recently, a local woman says.
A teenager has been arrested following the attempted robbery of Highgate Dairy, in Dunedin, earlier this month.
About 400 people gathered opposite the University of Otago Clock Tower this afternoon to protest proposed cuts to the University of Otago humanities division.