When it comes to lying, practice makes perfect because the brain slowly adapts to ignore the emotions produced by deception, according to new research.
A pedestrian has suffered serious injuries after being hit by a car in South Dunedin.
Dunedin risks gaining a reputation as a ``slum city'' if landlords continue to flout Government standards, Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says.
Dylan Ashton (10) performs her circus act at the Extravaganza at the Kensington Oval yesterday.
A Mosgiel couple were woken by an ``almighty crash'' as an alleged drunken driver's car ploughed through their fence and scraped against their house.
A popular student dairy could be about to be transformed after a planner expressed support for plans to build a three-storey structure in its place.
Kite Moataane plays mixed netball and Elani (6) and George Mafi (4) fly the flag at the Tongan community sports day at the Edgar Centre yesterday.
Detectives are investigating after a teenage girl was grabbed by a stranger on dark suburban steps in the Dunedin suburb of Kew.
An Otago Daily Times article from 1960 proved to be a crucial piece of evidence in the legal battle over quarrying on Saddle Hill.
Bus user advocates have welcomed Otago Regional Council moves to consult the public next month over plans to establish a central Dunedin bus hub.
Five years ago, the controversial Voluntary Student Membership Bill was passed and the ramifications have been vast, Margot Taylor reports.
Sophie Haar (10), of Dunedin, leaps on the whale at Marlow Park Playground yesterday.
A motorcyclist died after colliding with a ute near Wallacetown, in Southland, yesterday.
The Otago Therapeutic Pool Trust and the Southern District Health Board are at odds over which entity is supposed to be maintaining the pool while its long-term fate remains in limbo.
The party to celebrate diversity in Dunedin just keeps getting bigger.
It looked as if a large troupe of ballet dancers was late for a recital in Dunedin on Saturday.
Four generations of the Turner family got together for the first family catch-up in 20 years during the weekend.
One of New Zealand’s favourite fundraisers is back with a twist.
The plan to replace the Albany St music complex with a new $15 million studio and performance facility is welcome news to Dunedin sound engineer Stephen Kilroy.
Mini mania swept through Dunedin at the weekend.