Reports of the death of the Hyde St party were greatly exaggerated, organisers say.
After nearly a quarter of a century at the Caversham Presbyterian Church, the Dunedin RSA Choir will rehearse for its upcoming centenary Anzac Revue without a permanent home.
The University of Otago’s new university librarian was stuck in Britain for a year before he could take up the job, and also fell ill with Covid-19 in managed isolation.
A significant report on the trends of water quality in Otago’s rivers and lakes in the past two decades has proved difficult to understand, some regional councillors say.
In 2019, the University of Otago bred more than 67,000 animals that it then killed without using for any scientific purpose.
A man who shoplifted ammunition days before the Christchurch mosque attacks’ second anniversary says he feels like "scum".
Several motorists have had their licences suspended after a string of drink-driving incidents in Dunedin in the last couple of days.
A person waited more than an hour for an ambulance after falling off their bike in Mosgiel yesterday.
The sudden death in prison of Dunedin murderer Venod Skantha has sparked calls for an overhaul of court policy.
Dunedin residents are upset after a little penguin was found dead and surrounded by tyre tracks at Tomahawk Beach.
ODT subeditor and long-time rallying enthusiast Gary Newton revisits his younger days, riding with Aaron Slight in a shakedown before this weekend’s Otago Rally.
The annual booze-soaked costume party that elevates Hyde St to among Dunedin’s most notorious remains an eagerly anticipated event by its student residents.
Vaccinating southerners against Covid-19 became easier yesterday after a change of policy about the temperature at which the Pfizer vaccine must be stored.
Four people have been arrested and more than $3million in assets have been seized after a major drug bust in the South.
There could be room for both bicycles and trains if the Otago Central Rail Trail is extended to Dunedin.
An ex-truckie from Mosgiel whose friend parked a truck that rolled away, killing a pedestrian, says a handbrake hazard should have been acted on before the incident happened.
Frustrated bus drivers have attended a regional council meeting, demanding to know the whereabouts of their promised wage increase.
Otago health academic Prof Peter Crampton has been appointed to the Southern District Health Board and made its deputy chairman.