A huge debt is owed to the McGrouther family who own Penguin Place, Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust general manager Sue Murray says.
A Waikouaiti farm owner wants to subdivide a 19th-century homestead so it can be preserved, but planning rules may get in the way.
A new interactive exhibit at the Otago Museum shows the long-term damage Covid-19 can inflict on the human body, and aims to encourage people to take the anti-Covid vaccine.
The cost of upgrading the Playhouse Theatre is likely to be beyond the means of the Dunedin Repertory Society, its president Jemma Adams says.
Otago academic Prof Michael Baker, who has become a household name during the Covid-19 pandemic, has won the Prime Minister’s Science Communication prize.
Water carriers are delivering up to eight truckloads of water a day as areas of East Otago experience extremely dry conditions.
A Dunedin landowner has blocked Ospri staff from carrying out possum control on his land, claiming the company is harassing him and being "a nuisance".
Getting to use a royal sitting room, complete with Queen Victoria’s grand piano, as a dressing room was a slightly unusual experience for Terence Dennis.
Doctors commonly prescribe medicines which potentially harm their patients and need to take more care, new University of Otago research says.
A teenager has been arrested after making threats on Instagram mentioning a firearm, Dunedin police say.
Dunedin's response to Prince Philip’s death shows a continuing strong connection with the Royal Family, but times have also changed.
A conservation business crucial to the survival of yellow-eyed penguins on mainland New Zealand is for sale.
Otago academic Michael Baker, who has become a household name during the Covid-19 pandemic, has won the Prime Minister’s Science Communication prize.
If Dunedin city councillors decide today Dunedin Railways Ltd requires financial support, it will have to come from money that is not in the council’s budget.