Rugby fans may have left Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday night with a smile on their faces but they also left a few smiles on the faces of Dunedin’s bar and restaurant owners too.
At least half those working in Dunedin on Easter Sunday this year say they felt pressured to do so by their bosses, a survey indicates.
The nurses’ union and district health boards resume mediation talks today on their employment dispute.
Given the mercury dropped to -6degC in Dunedin on Saturday morning, it was not surprising some of the hardiest members of the Southern Free Beaches naturist club chose not to participate in their...
The Southern District Health Board has extended its self-set deadline to apply for Dunedin Hospital’s radiology department to receive accreditation.
Employers should take a proactive approach to managing staff with multiple serious health issues, new research from the University of Otago suggests.
Dunedin sisters Ngaio (8, left) and Huia (10) Parker show off the mushroom lanterns they made at a lantern-making workshop at the Community Gallery on Saturday.
Chills frontman Martin Phillipps performed a very different type of gig yesterday, taking part in a gallery talk for a new Otago Museum exhibition on the band’s history.
Dunedin conservationist Graeme Loh says being honoured with a Forest & Bird award will push him harder in his conservation efforts.
When Amelia Seales woke about 4.30am yesterday she knew something was not right.
After months of debate and consultation the Dunedin City Council will finally vote to adopt the city’s budget for the next 10 years. Councillors will vote to adopt the 10-year plan at a...
Welcome to the deep freeze — the first half of this week across the South is expected to be better suited to brass monkeys than people trying to get to work.
They cannot even agree on their genre, but a Logan Park High School band was in-sync enough to win Otago’s Smokefree Rockquest at the weekend.
The NZ Transport Agency has reassured Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board members Gordon Rd is destined for "a big asphalt job'', which could cost "millions''.
Car show organisers are admitting defeat in their fight to keep their events at Tahuna Park.
Three years ago this month, Dunedin woman Robyn McLeod suffered a sudden health crisis - a frightening experience which ultimately saved her life.
After a recent break-in at its shop in the Gardens shopping centre, animal charity Cat Rescue Dunedin (formerly Animal Rescue Network New Zealand) has been humbled by a wave of community support.
A team of volunteers at a Dunedin health clinic have been recognised for their efforts by being awarded a national honour.
A Green Island firm has taken steps to keep residents safe by making a defibrillator available to the community 24/7.
Cargill's Castle had such an effect on Bernadette Joyce when she attended an event there in 1967, it became the setting for her third historical novel, 51 years later.