The ODT asks some questions of Dunedin Arts Festival performer, Olivia Hadlow.
Light is being restrained and directed for the Samuel Beckett play Krapp’s Last Tape as part of Arts Festival Dunedin.
Unsettled yet strangely relaxed is how Arts Festival Dunedin virtual reality performance The Cube had me feeling yesterday.
The wait is over.
Archaeologists have uncovered the foundations of a hotel which operated in Dunedin’s Great King St 130 years ago.
Lesley Prescott (78) has spent more than 30 years working with and serving women in Otago, but she says she still has more work to do.
Detective Jenepher Glover gives the address during the Police Remembrance Day Service at Dunedin’s First Church yesterday.
Port Otago has been challenged to front up to "a very angry Peninsula community" and explain why an agreed $290,000 breakwater has been overtaken by a $2million groyne proposal.
Dunedin's winter tourism push may be bearing fruit, with a strong rise in tourism expenditure for August.
Contingency plans for a junior doctors’ strike are "well advanced" in the country’s district health boards
Health officials privately admit the health funding formula does not work for some health boards, which then have to cope with chronic under-funding, departing Green Party MP Kevin Hague says.
The cast of The Complete History of the Royal New Zealand Navy Abridged and Commander Claire and the Pirates of Provence arrive in Otago Harbour yesterday for their Arts Festival Dunedin run beginning today.
It may be the only time in local government history a city planner has been given a standing ovation in a packed room for his farewell speech.
The $20 million restoration and upgrade of Dunedin’s historic courthouse will be carried out by a Dunedin construction company.
The restoration of Dunedin’s historic courthouse will start next month after the announcement today of the contractors who will undertake the work.
Port Otago has shocked a community group striving to raise $290,000 for beach-saving repairs, with an unexpected proposal for an up to $2 million alternative.
A former Dunedin policeman's name will be added to the list of fallen officers commemorated at Police Remembrance Day today.
Otago's athletics Paralympians met Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull at an official welcoming ceremony in the mayoral office at the Dunedin City Council yesterday.
A field of white crosses has been planted at Dunedin's Queens Gardens to symbolise the substantial loss of life by Otago men in the 1916 Somme campaign in northern France.
A multi-agency exercise simulating a chemical incident took place at the Ravensdown Fertiliser Works in Ravensbourne yesterday.