A Dunedin mother whose son killed himself six years ago says she is still waiting for a coroner's inquest into his death.
A North Taieri girl was ‘‘shocked’’ to qualify to represent her country in a horse riding competition in Australia.
Scott Elmegreen has been telling stories all his life, so it’s no wonder he has made a career out of it. The American writer tells Rebecca Fox about the importance of keeping his work diverse.
Communities in Concord and Waldronville are among neighbourhood groups across Dunedin coming together to mark Neighbours Day.
The man who filmed himself chipping a piece from Dunedin's waterfront tooth sculpture has walked away without a conviction.
Without the foresight of Dunedin's Presbyterian forefathers, the aged-care sector in Otago would be in a far worse state than it is today.
Friday prayers were held as usual at Dunedin's mosque yesterday, but on the street outside about 1000 supporters stood silent.
One person has required medical attention following a three car crash on Ravensbourne Rd this afternoon.
A new agreement between the Catholic Diocese of Dunedin and a survivors' support group could provide a national template for healing, both groups say.
Dunedin can expect a drop in international student numbers as a result of the Christchurch massacre.
Justin Eade's play, Home Invasion, which is being presented by the Taieri Dramatic Society, is an intriguing play about hopelessness and hope. For once, there's more of the latter than the former.
Here's a neat idea: if you were going to produce a play set in the vanity area outside ladies' loos, you could do a lot worse than stage it in a small space outside ladies' loos.
A week after the Christchurch terror attack, a 14-year-old Muslim pupil at Kaikorai Valley College has written an open letter to her fellow pupils, thanking them for their love and support.
A former Dunedin artist has been chosen to illustrate the cover of Time magazine's international edition for its special report on the Christchurch mosque attacks.
From horror, good can come. In the hours and days after the horrendous attack on the Al Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch, there seemed no escape from the darkness.