Early starts, long days and countless interview requests from reporters - that's all in a week's work for a monster-hunting University of Otago scientist.
Dunedin police are searching for the driver of a campervan which collided with three parked cars and then drove off.
A cyclist had to be cut free from his bike after crashing in Dunedin.
When Madeline Anderson was born in Baldwin St in 1907 electricity was only just being introduced to Dunedin.
A principal sponsor will bring financial security to Arts Festival Dunedin, its director says.
The Dunedin City Council has apologised to Fisher & Paykel for an "incorrect assumption" after suggesting the company owed ratepayers $75,000.
The Fortune Theatre Trust is planning to auction its assets late this month as it faces an "extremely tight" financial situation following its closure.
University of Otago chief operating officer Stephen Willis (left), chief financial officer Sharon van Turnhout and director of campus development David Perry stand in the atrium of the Otago...
A former regional councillor says the Otago Regional Council must shoulder some blame for the collapse of the historic Sutton Bridge.
For someone who is mad about science, getting to rub shoulders with some of the world's top research scientists is a dream come true.
How do you celebrate winning a spelling quiz?
From racial discrimination and border control to the fall of the Berlin Wall, an upcoming university conference will examine a range of social and physical barriers people face.
A Vietnamese school pupil who fell in love with rugby soon after she landed in Dunedin will be holding a flag on the field at the final All Blacks v France test on Saturday night.
A Dunedin quarry hopes it has found a solution to the mess its trucks have been leaving on a city road.
Greenwaste kerbside collection in Dunedin and a new landfill site for the city are up for discussion this year, as the city council embarks on a major review of its rubbish collection services.
A bus driver fired from Ritchies earlier this year after reports of lewd conduct still holds a passenger endorsement on his licence, and has shown interest in driving for Uber.
A man wanted for a string of burglaries and who was believed to be actively offending in Dunedin has been apprehended.
Darryl Smith, of Dunedin, is launching his book A Shattered Life in Christchurch tomorrow.
A sharp decline in the number of people being diagnosed with HIV is encouraging, but it is too early to say whether that represents any sort of trend, scientists say.
China is beckoning an Otago Polytechnic student whose love of exotic designs led to her applying for a Prime Minister's Scholarship for Asia.