For Jekope Maiono, the sadness of family loss and the satisfaction of success will mean a bittersweet graduation from the University of Otago today.
A recent flood in South Canterbury highlighted just how easily the South Island can be effectively cut in two, disrupting supply chains and communications. Daisy Hudson takes a look at how Dunedin...
The cause of a major fire that burnt 30ha and closed several popular Dunedin tracks will never be known.
An early wake-up and a missing bottle of whisky have led to a man being sentenced to six months’ home detention.
Three Otago institutions are taking steps towards solving the critical shortage of health care workers in rural areas of New Zealand, by signing a memorandum of understanding.
E-scooter injury presentations at Dunedin’s emergency department have outpaced car-related ones in a sample from this year.
The University of Otago is considering pumping nearly $140 million into the redevelopment of its Dunedin health sciences precinct.
Otago Community Hospice chief executive Ginny Green yesterday urged Otago Polytechnic graduands to seize opportunities and not fret too much about planning every career step in advance.
Carrying their bouquets as they proceed in the Otago Polytechnic graduation parade are bachelor of visual arts graduands (from left) Poppy George, Jenny Hjertquist and Lara Nicholson.
Helicopters Otago celebrated a milestone yesterday — the completion of its 50th training programme for registrars working in the intensive care unit.
Heritage campaigners fighting to save the Sims Engineering building in Port Chalmers are up against a consultant’s report which sees its future only as a car park.
Public access to the banks of part of Lindsay Creek in north Dunedin could be lost if a housing development goes ahead without a reserve being created, Dunedin City Council staff are cautioning.
Two men have narrowly avoided prison terms over a simple trip to retrieve a tyre they claimed “spiralled out of control”.
About 40 central Dunedin businesses are showing their opposition to a proposal to make George St one-way, and they are encouraging holiday shoppers to do the same.
Thirty years after his death, Graeme Watson will finally receive his degree: a bachelor of laws with honours.
Winemaker Neal Ibbotson has just had to reprint the labels for St Clair vineyard’s "Dawn" sparkling wine, and he does not mind the inconvenience one bit.
Staff at Bird Rescue Dunedin are deeply concerned about a "volunteer colleague" who has been missing for almost a week.
Asset sales will be back on the table when the Dunedin City Council considers how to pay for future projects not yet in its budget, councillors have been told.
A former corporate high-flyer who punched his wife in the face has been discharged without conviction so he can stay in New Zealand with his family.