Aurora Energy has appointed Dr Richard Fletcher as its new CEO, replacing the outgoing chief executive Grady Cameron.
The Merchant of Dunedin, A Midsummer Dunedin Night's Dream or Much Ado About Dunedin.
Plans to document the social history of the Dunedin Cadbury factory ‘‘smacks of a guilty conscience’’ on the part of Mondelez International, a former Cadbury marketing manager says.
Rather than get all steamed up about turning another year older, Josephine sat quietly in the corner while everyone else ate cake and celebrated.
Dunedin police are calling on the public's help to find those responsible for dumping a stolen 1991 Nissan Pulsar in the Water of Leith yesterday.
Temperamental weather contributed to the mixed bag that was Dunedin's retail sales this Labour Weekend.
A Dunedin judge has given a scathing assessment of the region's mental health services after hearing they were so busy it would take 10 weeks to prepare a report.
Devon Kilkelly has never felt so popular.
Waitaki Mayor Gary Kircher has called the Clutha District Council's refusal to pay the full amount of its prescribed share of next year's funding for Otago Museum in Dunedin "misguided''.
Some families may complain their house looks like a circus has romped through it.
A group of students is pressing the University of Otago to reconsider plans to shake up its mental health service, and says there are many unanswered questions.
Visiting Indian dance group Kalika Kala Kenra, of Maharashtra, performed at a colourful celebration of the Diwali festival on Saturday in Dunedin’s Octagon.
Nisa Pule wears traditional Tongan dress while standing by a woven mat at a celebration in Corstorphine.
When Savanna Leigh turned 16 in June she tore the packaging off a chocolate block to find a shimmering golden ticket. She knew exactly what that meant.
A University of Otago academic is warning others travelling to the United States to take a copy of visa rules with them after she says she was wrongly refused entry to the country.
Oamaru heritage buffs Wendy Simpson (left) and Marise Martin get into the Victorian mindset at the Lady Thorn Rhododendron Dell in Port Chalmers.
After the historical records were scoured and family tree illuminated, descendants of a gold rush-era Chinese immigrant and a Scottish barmaid gathered together for the first time at the weekend.
A large amount of cigarettes was stolen after ram-raiders smashed through the front of the On The Spot store in Waitati.
Choppy seas, a pod of dolphins and adverse currents were just a few of the challenges overcome by the 73 entries in the 48th annual around White Island Race off St Clair Beach.
Police say burglars may have used a vehicle to smash their way into a Waitati dairy overnight.