A Dunedin Muslim woman who has faced racist abuse since arriving in New Zealand has called on people to stop making assumptions and start getting to know people of the Islamic faith.
A man who subjected his girlfriend to a sustained assault to avoid discussing their relationship has failed to dodge a conviction.
The future of a studio of late New Zealand artist Ralph Hotere on Observation Point at Port Chalmers is again in the headlines.
New regional rules for work visas being considered by the Government could help Dunedin find the workers it needs to build a series of major projects, the Dunedin City Council says.
The man charged with murder in connection with the Christchurch mosque killings lived just three blocks from the home of Michael Woodhouse, the Dunedin National list MP told Parliament yesterday.
A memorial Mass will be held at Kavanagh College today for principal Tracy O'Brien, who died suddenly this week.
A complete sale of the Otago Regional Council-owned Port Otago is one option being considered in an ownership review of the $489million business.
A mass of cakes and many letters from University of Otago students and staff poured in yesterday, showing support for the Dunedin Muslim and migrant communities, after the Christchurch terrorist...
Dunedin's latest Fringe Festival aims to bring people together, as well as to celebrate lively cultural diversity, in the aftermath of the Christchurch terrorist attacks, director Gareth McMillan...
Abby Howells’ love of music and theatre has led to some difficult times, but discovering the bravery of female performers who have gone before her has given her direction.
Tears flowed as councillors expressed ''aroha'' for the Muslim community - and vowed to tackle racism head-on - at a special Dunedin City Council meeting yesterday.
A sex offender will remain behind bars for at least four more months as he waits for treatment for his predilection.
A Clinic in the University of Otago's Faculty of Dentistry closed yesterday due to high temperatures inside the building - the sixth time this month clinics have been closed.
A civic vigil in Dunedin in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack has had to change venue - from the Octagon to Forsyth Barr Stadium - so strong has the response been.