One person has been arrested after three armed raids were carried out in Dunedin on Tuesday.
A Dunedin man described as being on a decade-long "merry-go-round" of domestic violence has been jailed for more than a year.
An extraordinary number of Dunedin women are missing out on midwifery care and urgent action needs to be taken, National Party health spokesman Michael Woodhouse says.
International oil giant OMV has completed drilling off the Otago coast without discovering commercial quantities of oil or gas.
Dunedin artist Guy Howard-Smith works on a new smokefree mural on the side of the Office Max building in Great King St.
Puplis at up to 17 Otago and Southland primary schools could be receiving free lunches by the start of next year, under the Government’s new free and healthy school lunch programme.
Politicians might not usually be seen alongside fire eaters, dancers and acrobats, but this is an election year.
Social stigma still makes it hard for people, particularly boys and men, to seek help over their anxieties, mental health campaigner Richie Hardcore says.
A "hellish" nine-month wait ended yesterday for a former investor of Barry Kloogh when the failed financial adviser appeared in court.
Physical assaults recorded in Otago schools averaged more than two each school day last year, and some principals say it may be just the tip of the iceberg.
It is Orientation Week at the University of Otago. Reporter Molly Houseman puts the questions to people first-year students may come across as they navigate life in tertiary education. Today she...
University of Otago students are being encouraged to find issues that matter to them and make them matter to their friends in the period leading up to this year’s parliamentary election.
A study exploring the future of performing arts in Dunedin requires further analysis, the Dunedin City Council says.
A major furniture retail and wholesale company in Dunedin says its orders from China are being delayed as a result of the Covid-19 shutdown there.
An exhibition on bookplates and labels and the art of belonging opens at the University of Otago central library today.
National leader Simon Bridges has been labelled "blissfully unaware" after signing a Dunedin woman's nitrous oxide canister, an item that is often used as a recreational drug.
Dunedin could soon require e-scooter companies to hold permits and follow a code of practice similar to the one in place in Auckland.
An Anglican Church hall in North East Valley is set to be demolished to make way for social housing, as demand for accommodation in Dunedin continues to rise.