A week into Stanley Paris’ attempt to circumnavigate the globe on Kiwi Spirit 2, all is not well.
Yellow-eyed penguinsurvival in questionYellow-eyed penguin (hoiho) numbers in the Lower South Island continue to drop, causing one researcher to think they are doomed to extinction on the mainland....
Keeping tabs on illegal fishing vessels, helping with search and rescue operations, providing humanitarian aid and even delivering hundreds of bras are all part and parcel of commanding HMNZS...
Police have charged a truck driver with carrying an unsecured load after an incident in Port Chalmers last week.
Dunedin Hospital urologist Kampta Samalia has accused his bosses of mounting a publicity stunt. In a letter to the Otago Daily Times, Mr Samalia criticised the handling of the urology super-clinic...
A thousand Dunedin primary school pupils pitched in yesterday to support a "Stock the Bus" initiative, providing food and toys for 200 city families in need this Christmas.
A crane is used to right a truck that rolled on Dunedin’s Northern Motorway yesterday.
The Dunedin Wildlife Hospital will officially open its doors on January 15.
Tahuna Intermediate pupils (from left) Samantha McLellan (11) Mia Quinn (12), Mei Admiraal (11) and Isabella Arnold (12) make the most of their day off school at Moana Pool yesterday.
Many Dunedin and Otago residents are likely to hear a loud warning sound from their mobile phones tomorrow evening, during a nationwide test of a new emergency alert system.
It was a battle at times, but after four decades a Dunedin-based company has grown from mainly filming birds to becoming an internationally respected creator of Emmy-winning wildlife documentaries.
A man has been jailed for 10 months for punching his heavily pregnant partner in the face.
The public appeal for the restoration of Dunedin’s First Church spire has begun with a $125,000 grant from the Otago Community Trust.
The headline artists were 60-somethings; so were many in the near 12,000-strong crowd.
The death of a newborn baby is one of more than 50 adverse events reported by the Southern District Health Board in the past year.
They may frown on dancing at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena, but the crowd at tonight’s Stevie Nicks Dunedin concert had no such worries.
The usual busy Friday crowds in the Octagon bars have been swelled by concertgoers preparing for the walk to Forsyth Barr Stadium for tonight's Stevie Nicks and The Pretenders concert.
The SDHB still has the third highest number of reported adverse events in New Zealand despite a slight decline in the past year.
Both lanes of Dunedin's northern motorway have reopened after a crash caused delays for much of today.
The second album by Port Chalmers singer-songwriter Nadia Reid is better than records by Kendrick Lamar, Queens of the Stone Age and The National.