University of Otago students (from left) Victoria Edwards (20), of Wellington, Hannah McCulloch (19), of Tauranga, Cilla Clarke (19), of Queenstown, and Grace Kennedy (19), of Queenstown, take part...
An Otago man looking at advertisements for properties for sale did not expect to see the name of his own homestead there.
Margaret Morrison graduated from Otago Girls’ High School 79 years ago and says she dare not advise the current generation.
An enrolment scheme for Waitati School is potentially the first steps towards expanding the school, the principal says.
The latest criminal attempt of Dunedin’s most experienced cat burglar unravelled after he left a 100m trail leading straight to his lair.
People with higher levels of anxiety have altered perceptions of their breathing, which can lead to ‘‘a negative spiral of emotions’’, University of Otago research has found.
A drunk truck driver who slammed into nine parked cars outside Dunedin Airport caused more than $140,000 of damage, a court has heard.
Kotuku ngutupapa, the royal spoonbill, is one of six spoonbill species worldwide, and the only one that breeds in New Zealand.
When Samuel Mandega Mukundu crashed his car while downing beers, he knew he was going to be in trouble.
A Dunedin man who breached lockdown when he “got pissed tried driving home and f..... up” has a $3200 bill to pay.
A Mosgiel man repeatedly targeted the residents of a retirement village during a three-week crime spree, a court has heard.
The Dunedin City Council is to apologise to the family of a teenager killed in a car crash, after it ordered the removal of items left as a personal memorial at the spot where he died.
A man who got pulled over and breath tested after reports of erratic driving in Dunedin's CBD yesterday evening returned three hours later and was arrested for dangerous driving.
Otago high school pupils took to the Edgar Centre stage in Dunedin last night for the penultimate outing of this year’s Otago Polyfest.
Pilot Paul Copland, of Dunedin, makes the most of a rare southeasterly breeze to fly his paraglider between St Kilda and St Clair beaches in Dunedin.
Sceptical members of the public will not trust that the end of life choice system is being properly managed unless robust research and transparent reporting systems are in place, Otago academics say.