It's bowling club is likely to be bowled, but Mosgiel's beleaguered RSA will reopen its doors.
The Otago University Students' Association says the makeup of the new Dunedin City Council is "overwhelmingly positive'' from the perspective of students.
Ensuring the "child and youth voice'' is heard within Oranga Tamariki is crucial, chief executive officer Grainne Moss says.
The director of Dunedin's art gallery has taken two more institutions under his wing, and says he is looking forward to building on their strengths.
The New Zealand Defence Force was last night refusing to be drawn on its plan to dispose of an explosive chemical found in the Dunedin suburb of Kenmure yesterday.
Less than three months after being cleared of raping a young girl, a Mosgiel man began grooming a 14-year-old online.
One third of patients were not treated within acceptable time frames as the Southern District Health Board reacted too slowly to a looming urology crisis, an investigation has found.
Otago's oldest school is about to become New Zealand's newest school - if only for a short time - after being given $10.9million for a rebuild.
The headland of Te Whakarekaiwi stretches out to Victory Beach bounding the northern end of the 231ha Okia Reserve on Otago Peninsula.
Fulton Hogan has stopped all work at its Otago Peninsula work site for the next two days after senior managers visited and found more safety violations yesterday.
The New Zealand Association of Scientists (NZAS) has weighed in on the marine science debate at the University of Otago, saying the potential loss of three academics is "alarming''.
A controversial feminist event not allowed at Massey University would probably be permitted at the University of Otago - as long as it met the university's standards of "free and respectful...
Spring has already brought 152 motherless ducklings to a Dunedin bird rescue organisation that is on the lookout for foster families for the fluffy foundlings.
Managers at the Southern District Health Board were aware for around three years of issues with its urology service causing long delays in treatment, a Health and Disability Commissioner report has found.
The director of Dunedin's art gallery has taken two more institutions under his wing, after being named director of the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum and the Dunedin Chinese Garden.
Fulton Hogan says the safety of staff is its top priority as it vows to learn from its mistakes following last week's roller crash.
Henley residents have hope the settlement will be better protected from flooding after a nine-year battle.
From documenting the lives of wolverines to underwater filming, Dr Gianna Savoie's professional life has been diverse - but she has never been based as close to the wilderness as she is at the...