Dunedin is turning into a kaleidoscope of colour as autumn takes hold.
New Zealand Registered Doctors' Association members have decided to strike for five days, causing disruption to southern hospital services.
An innovative University of Otago study suggests that Pasifika youngsters have good ideas on how to overcome the serious inequalities in dental care that affect them.
The St John ambulance service says it is learning from its mistakes as complaints about its performance mount up.
Two Otago University alumni will be awarded honorary doctorates at two of the upcoming May graduation ceremonies.
Otago Sri Lankans are "devastated and heartbroken'' by terror attacks in their home country and say they will do all they can to help.
Police are continuing a search for two intruders who allegedly robbed a man while armed with a machete and shotgun at a house in South Dunedin last night.
A big surge in participation and an increase in fun activities resulted in a successful "Fresh 19'' Easter Camp for about 200 young people at the Taieri A&P Showgrounds, organisers said.
A Lime Scooter "drag race'' through the streets of Dunedin yesterday was more intimate than expected.
Half a century of elegance and entertainment at Larnach Castle balls has been marked with a stylish new addition to the castle's lawn.
The Southern District Health Board has breached patients' privacy almost once a week for the past five years, figures show.
Lack of cross-referencing between the Dunedin City Council and central Government is making it hard to develop a clear picture of the city's housing problems, a councillor says.
Dunedin global health researchers have gained a $450,000 grant, as part of collaborative efforts to tackle tuberculosis in Indonesia.
Officiating at Mass at an Easter service in Broad Bay celebrating 120 years of historic Polish church Mary Queen of Peace Church is Dunedin Bishop the Most Rev Michael Dooley.
Being restructured out of the University of Otago's philosophy department has had a silver lining for a Dunedin poet.
Hopping along in a successful bid to track town an egg near the bridal lawn at the Glenfalloch Easter Bunny Hunt is Mila Bareiter (6).
A music festival in the bush went off with a bang and blew patrons' minds despite changeable conditions under a brooding autumn sky in Dunedin on Saturday.