If it was not already obvious spring has sprung, the Dunedin Horticultural Society’s Spring Flower Show, in Dunedin, made it crystal clear at the weekend.
Much of the University of Otago’s building programme could be put off for three or four years, after the Government rejected all five of its "shovel-ready projects" applications.
If you thought you spotted a maui dolphin at a Dunedin beach at the weekend, that was a pile of rubbish.
Poet laureate David Eggleton and former Dunedin resident, poet and publisher Michael O’Leary (pictured) were among a group of poets who celebrated city visual artist John Francis in a poetry...
A man who paid two young teenagers with cash and alcohol to provide him with sexual services has narrowly avoided a prison term.
Cannabis made Labour’s David Clark "giggly", National’s Michael Woodhouse had a "bad reaction" to the drug and the Green Party’s Jack Brazil lauded its medicinal benefits.
Forecast bad weather forced the postponement of a Dunedin mental health awareness tag team surf event planned for yesterday.
A large group of tertiary students gathered outside a Dunedin North flat early yesterday afternoon, several of them wearing rugby supporters’ gear, before Otago’s successful Shield Challenge...
A bevy of drink-drivers caught over the weekend shows Dunedin police they still have work to do, a top roading officer says.
Rain showers, some heavy with hail, are forecast to hit the South today and snow will lower to sea level in parts of Otago and Southland, including heavy falls above 200m.
Thirteen years ago, Dunedin man Murray Moore faced a stark choice — give up smoking or risk death on the operating table.
Police were called to disperse a large group of tertiary students who had thronged to a flat in North Dunedin this afternoon.
Rates rises, increased borrowing or putting projects on hold are possibilities for the Dunedin City Council as it grapples with financial stresses from flow-on income reductions caused by Covid-19.