The American star of Netflix movie The Royal Treatment, which was being filmed in Dunedin last month, has brought the city to the attention of her 9.7 million followers.
After weeks of being tormented by rats, a Dunedin homeowner wants to know why she appears to be alone in fighting off the horde.
Southern organisations with staff who once regularly travelled to Australia are considering whether they will be allowed to do so again when the transtasman bubble opens on April 19.
The University of Otago is working through a shortlisting process as it moves to replace the departed Prof Harlene Hayne.
Protest chants rang through central Dunedin yesterday as pupils marched en masse for more action on climate change for the first time since Covid-19 hit.
Southern GPs are champing at the bit to get involved in the Covid-19 vaccination programme and are frustrated they have not yet been asked to play a role.
A man was rescued and taken to hospital with suspected hypothermia after falling out of his kayak off the coast near Brighton today.
One person is being taken to Dunedin Hospital after a single vehicle crash on Taieri Mouth Rd.
It was a stroke of luck that East Otago man Paul Robinson made it home before the travel suspension for India comes into force this weekend.
A new Centre for Law and Society could help boost the University of Otago’s international reputation.
The Otago Regional Council’s draft long-term plan for 2021-31, which proposes a total rates rise of 47.5% in year one, is now open for submissions.
Sharemarket crashes and recessions, huge changes in technology and a global pandemic — Val Braumann has seen and survived a great deal in her 60 years at Forsyth Barr.
A Delta arborist trims a large native silver beech tree in the lower part of the Dunedin Botanic Garden, near Great King St North.
Heating the Mosgiel pool back in the 1960s was a huge improvement, but it will be nothing on a new pool, a long-time swimmer says.
The man asked to rectify issues in the Southern District Health Board’s gastroenterology service says progress so far is "a good news story", but warns a new issue could be looming.