You have to keep a pretty close eye on Harry Finch these days.
Dunedin resident Beca Harper and her son Oliver are backing a new report which suggests changes in deaf education, starting with a co-enrolment trial.
Non-urgent radiation oncology patients are waiting twice as long as is preferable for scans, as the department continues to have issues meeting demand.
The Otago Regional Council wants to send pending water management rule changes straight to a higher authority, bypassing the usual process.
Members of the Muslim community are unhappy about a planned service to mark one year since the Christchurch terror attack.
Fearing a future without trains in Middlemarch, an emotional crowd of about 70 heard Dunedin Railways chairman Kevin Winders explain how the "iconic Dunedin" tourism business needed to change.
It may be a year before beleaguered Dunedin Hospital neurosurgeon Ahmad Taha receives much-needed back-up.
Giant flowers sprang up in Municipal Lane this week, brightening the walkway to the Octagon Experience in Dunedin.
Nearly three years after a child abuse scandal, South Dunedin’s Sara Cohen School is bursting at the seams with pupils.
A veteran Dunedin offender with more than 160 convictions has earned an unlikely reprieve after an impassioned speech in court.
A makeshift bottle bomb that caused a man chemical burns was a "stupid prank that went horribly wrong", according to the culprit.
A Mosgiel man’s spiral into the "party scene" resulted in him being an accessory to a $400,000 import of ecstasy, a court has heard.
The University of Otago is disciplining more students over sexual misconduct, which it believes might be caused by changes making victims more comfortable coming forward.
A home hidden underneath a giant scaffold on the corner of Grendon St and Highgate, in Dunedin, has been revealed to all, including the owner.
Yes, at the moment you can actually learn a good deal about medieval sword fighting at Otago Girls’ High School.