You may have heard of the 48 Hours film competition, but you probably have not heard of the more lenient 168 and a Bit Hours Film Festival.
Five years after a rare sea lion was found stabbed to death on a Dunedin beach, no-one has been held responsible for her death.
New Zealand needs to build and maintain a strong public health system to guard against threats such as Covid-19, Associate Health Minister Dr Ayesha Verrall says.
Otago regional councillors are saying egos are getting in the way of working together with the Dunedin City Council and the chairman has singled out the mayor.
If it were not for an ageing set of handwritten catalogues, finding ancient specimens in the University of Otago’s fossil collection might be like searching for a needle in a large gravel pit.
After losing a wallet on a Christchurch beach 32 years ago, Dunedin man Nathan Jaquiery had, understandably, lost all hope of ever finding it.
Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins has copped a stinging attack from within his own council and more criticism from the chairman of another.
A boom in building consent applications has Dunedin City Council staff scrambling to meet required processing deadlines.
Two orca were spotted in the harbour today as Port to Port ferry passengers were treated an unexpected close encounter.
Most classrooms have four walls and a whiteboard, but this Dunedin classroom features a fire pit and a mud pool.
A constant stream of advertising for diets means people are spoilt for choice when it comes to losing weight.
Teaching men to address their emotions is the only way we can address domestic violence in New Zealand.
A Dunedin biomedical scientist has written to the Prime Minister and Director-general of health urging vaccination exemptions for chronic fatigue syndrome sufferers.
The Government should fund the cost of enabling some bus passengers to travel free of charge, Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins says.
A Green Party candidate got a look, but departed councillor Marian Hobbs will not be replaced at the Otago Regional Council before the next election.
The more work that is done now on Dunedin’s water and wastewater infrastructure, the better, city councillor Jim O’Malley says.
Salmonella Dub, with Tiki Taane and Laughton Kora, are the headline act among a "who’s who" of New Zealand music which has been announced to perform at the inaugural Fortune Festival in Dunedin next April.
AUDIO🔉: Dunedin-trained opera singer Simon O'Neill says he's thrilled to be nominated for two Grammy awards.