A Dunedin woman appalled by mess in the Dunedin Botanic Garden is calling for the University of Otago to take stronger action against littering students.
The Dunedin City Council is ready to back its single transferable voting (STV) system to the justice committee inquiry into the 2019 local elections.
A workplace safety complaint concerning Wakari Hospital has been dismissed, but the Southern District Health Board has welcomed the scrutiny of its procedures.
Dunedin could soon require e-scooter companies to hold permits and follow a code of practice similar to Auckland’s one.
A rare and special visitor to the New Zealand mainland — a crabeater seal — died at Tomahawk Beach yesterday, only about four days after arriving.
Three people have been arrested after a group of about ten people were involved in a fight in North East Valley this afternoon.
Otago Polytechnic would keep its "name, operational and academic autonomy", despite confirmation this week that 16 polytechnics and institutions would merge under the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology banner.
Tomorrow is the last day to explore the most isolated places on Earth via the James Cameron exhibition at the Otago Museum in Dunedin.
Dangerous building notices remain in place for six properties in St Clair after a landslip posed an "imminent threat" more than a year ago.
"Out of control" student parties are causing motel guests to check out early and leave the city in droves, a frustrated Dunedin motelier says.
When Jimmy Desmond John Lodge was dragged away from his girlfriend’s father after beating him with an extendible baton, he said he did not care about the jail time.
It is Orientation Week at the University of Otago. Molly Houseman puts the questions to people first-year students my come across as they navigate life in tertiary education. Today she catches up...
More than 60 Dunedin Public Service Association members and supporters yesterday protested against job losses arising from a proposed restructure by one of the country’s biggest healthcare providers.
It is the biggest week on the student calendar, but the rowdy, headline-grabbing antics associated with the University of Otago’s Orientation Week appear to have been toned down after a student’s...