A controversial change of epilepsy drug funding could see her and thousands of other people with epilepsy lose their quality of life and livelihoods, a Brighton woman fears.
Police are looking for a group of men after one was seen carrying what was thought to be a gun during a fight in a North East Valley street.
A new bridge near Sutton is almost ready to be revealed and the cost has come in $500,000 under budget, the Dunedin City Council says.
When you mix enthusiasm for computer coding and robot building with a pinch of practicality, you end up with someone like 10-year-old Rhys Taylor, who wants to build a robot that will clean his bedroom.
A family outing off the Dunedin coast yesterday attracted a family of a different kind — a humpback whale and calf.
University of Otago researchers seem likely to gain more than $5million from four Antarctic research projects, funded through the national Antarctic Research Platform.
Dunedin Hospital patients can rest safer, after the introduction of a new early warning system designed to alert doctors and nurses when a person's health is deteriorating.
Aspiring artists (from left) Anezka Chirnside (11), Alice Graham (10) and Aoife Sievwright (10) create flowers out of recycled plastic milk bottles during a workshop with local artist Philip Jarvis...
The University of Otago has issued more than 100 trespass notices in the past three years and has noted and moved 27 people on, while police have dealt with about 15 breaches.
More than 100 daring Dunedinites threw themselves into frigid waters of St Clair beach on Sunday morning, for the city's 91st Polar Plunge.
Primary schools do not usually teach 6-year-olds how to write software code, but thanks to a $5000 grant, that is exactly what the pupils at Dunedin's Bradford School will be learning.
There appear to be a lot of firelighters at Kaikorai Valley College at the moment, but there is no need to be alarmed.
Police and NZTA are asking motorists to avoid State Highway 85 tonight as black ice makes the road between Palmerston and Ranfurly treacherous.
The Dunedin City Council has given Chain Hills resident Rebecca Guest nearly $3000 to help a bid to return the South Island robin to her neighbourhood.