If you heard an unexplained bang recently, Lani Alo says not to panic — it was probably just his mind being blown.
A Southern District Health Board member who passed up a chance to endorse Covid-19 vaccination intends to continue in her role.
Max Cunninghame (16), of Dunedin, looks at an image by Helena Fitzgerald at the Dunedin Youth Council’s ‘‘Auaha Rangatahi’’ exhibition at the Otago Pioneer Women’s Hall.
If the environment starts shaking, baking or floating away, Associate Prof Caroline Orchiston has a plan for how to deal with it.
A sharp increase in demand for mental health support is one of the factors behind the University of Otago’s push to improve student support services.
A man charged with attempted murder after a shooting in Karitane yesterday has been granted interim name suppression.
Kiwis have smashed the government's 'Super Saturday' goal of 100,000 vaccine doses today - and Auckland should hit the 90% first-dose target in the next five days.
Otago Museum marketing co-ordinator Charlie Buchan (front) was an enthusiastic participant in the staff dress-up event yesterday, which marked the end of the museum’s ‘‘Fashion Fwd — Disruption...
A building that pays tribute to pioneering women of Otago could be sold and redeveloped, but heritage features would be preserved.
Could this be a subtle reminder from the Australian Government that Prof Glenn Summerhayes is definitely an Australian?
Anyone wanting to use a boat at Karitane this weekend has been warned the bar at the entrance to the estuary has changed significantly.
Scaffolding is put up on the former Hillside Railway Workshops yesterday in preparation for the building to be torn down to make way for new facilities.
Having a "fact-off" with an anti-vaxxer is unlikely to be productive for anyone, communications adviser Dr Jess Berentson-Shaw says.
A Les Cleveland cocktail evening held at the Dunedin Botanic Garden’s propagation facility last night launched three days of festivities marking the 50th anniversary of rhododendron celebrations in the city.
Dunedin is still leading the way on Covid-19 vaccinations. The latest data from the Ministry of Health shows, as of this morning, 72.2 per cent of eligible people in Dunedin were fully vaccinated compared to 69 per cent on Wednesday.
Fewer than half of its staff members would recommend the University of Otago as a great place to work, a survey has revealed.