In a series of short videos Toitū Otago Settlers Museum curator Sean Brosnahan will share the stories of Otago and Dunedin's past. In the first episode Brosnahan examines the history behind the first known photograph of Dunedin.
Pupils who use a device before bed and decide when they go to bed get less sleep and feel sleepier the next day
Bella O’Connor had not made any big plans for her 16th birthday party, and that was probably a good thing.
Two people with serious injuries have been taken to hospital after a crash on State Highway 1 near Allanton today.
The University of Otago will no longer answer media requests from student magazine Critic, a decision the magazine’s editor describes as an insult to students.
Health Minister David Clark has apologised to the Prime Minister for flouting the Government's advice to exercise locally during the lockdown.
Police believe two men who fled from the scene of a crash in Dunedin last night were on their way to commit a crime, and were involved in an earlier firearms incident.
The South could be among the last places in New Zealand to see the lifting of the tough restrictions of the Covid-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown.
Sick of your own company yet? Well how about sharing some of your daily lockdown activities with our Otago Daily Times readers.
Health Minister David Clark has been called out for flouting the Government's advice to exercise locally after confirming he drove to a park to go mountain biking yesterday.
In the days ahead, up to 38 patients could be in intensive care units across the South at any one time, Southern District Health Board chief executive Chris Fleming says.
“Can I get my drink and fries up-sized with that?” may seem to be an unusual request from a patient visiting their doctor.
Many students at the University of Otago’s Carrington College have been buzzing with the challenge of Survivor-style mind games during the coronavirus lockdown.
Police are on the hunt for a thief after Mountain Biking Otago’s new All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) worth $23,000 was stolen this week.
Paul Gouverneur, of Waldronville, was surprised to see an unusually large number of vehicles on the road during a nationwide lockdown.
Enjoying the sunshine in Dunedin yesterday and staying in their bubble are Queen St flatmates (clockwise from left) Caroline Schurmann, Hannah O’Connor, Imo Bos, Alice Todd-Downing, Camryn Roberts...