Despite the Covid-19 shutdown and winter weather, mental health facility Ashburn Clinic is confident its new inpatient wing will be open by December.
Severe psychological trauma may cause adults to develop breathing problems, University of Otago researchers have found.
No-one was hurt in two incidents involving cars south of central Dunedin about 5pm today, emergency services said.
Watch: Climate change and Covid-19 are just two of the themes in explored in the latest artworks by Dunedin artist Nigel Brown.
The Otago Regional Council is adding its voice to the chorus of concern about the bottled-water industry.
A Dunedin couple who claimed to have split up to commit benefit fraud of nearly $100,000 had their third child together while supposedly estranged, a court has heard.
Cook Islands people will dance their way to better health if Dunedin researcher Troy Tararo-Ruhe’s vision succeeds.
The health benefits of blending some more "working out" into your working day will be highlighted in a new Dunedin study.
The wonderful world of Dr Seuss came to life in Dunedin yesterday as live shows returned to the Regent Theatre.
The $761million the Government has dangled to help local government upgrade drinking, waste and stormwater infrastructure across New Zealand has been welcomed by Otago mayors.
Michael Woodhouse should have followed the lead of fellow Dunedin MP Clare Curran in the way he handled a leak of private information, Health Minister Chris Hipkins has suggested.
Eager youngsters yesterday learned more about building castles of the imagination out of paper cups at the New Zealand International Science Festival in Dunedin.
A forecast $1.22 million will come from Otago Regional Council coffers for the over-budget replacement of the GoCard.
The Green Party is not expecting a bump in support among Dunedin voters after MP David Clark’s Covid-19 blunders, co-leader James Shaw says.
Trying to stop someone from drink-driving earned a Good Samaritan a broken pelvis for her efforts, after she was dragged along the road by a car.
Cannabis, Black Lives Matter, tourism and the economy were all up for discussion during an at times fiery political debate in Dunedin.
A national sporting representative and university scholarship recipient has been convicted of domestic violence despite claims it would end his career prospects.
New Otago Regional Council chairman Andrew Noone says councillors will have to put distractions behind them and unite to get back on task.
A pedestrian who was hit by a car in Mosgiel has been taken to Dunedin Hospital with serious injuries.