The looming health reforms represent a time of change and a time of opportunity for the southern primary health organisation WellSouth, chief executive Andrew Swanson-Dobbs tells health reporter...
Two Dunedin mayoralty candidates are calling for a review of new speed limits on the Otago Peninsula.
The rise of Matariki has brought with it the launch of a new department at the University of Otago — the Centre of Indigenous Science.
Dunedin City Councillor Steve Walker and his wife, Liana Machado, were part of a group of volunteers who spent Matariki morning cleaning up litter on Portsmouth Dr.
A mid-1800s painting of Port Chalmers by an unknown artist has been sold at auction in the United Kingdom for more than two and a-half times its official valuation.
A Dunedin police officer says she did not have to think twice when asked to become one of the faces of a recruitment campaign to get more Maori women wearing the blue.
Crowds flocked to Matariki events across the South, as they embraced New Zealand’s new public holiday.
This cabbage tree beside Highcliff Rd on Otago Peninsula has seen it all before — sunrise on the shortest day.
The Otago heats for New Zealand’s nationwide music performance showcase for youth, Smokefree Rockquest, were held in Mosgiel this week.
Nearly two dozen of the 428 piles required for the new Dunedin Hospital have sprouted across the central city site.
This weekend is expected to bring a reprieve from the bitterly cold and frosty days which have gripped much of Otago and Southland this week.
Emergency services follow up yesterday after a house fire in North East Valley, Dunedin, on Thursday night.
The University of Otago has received funding from the Office for Seniors, a five-figure sum to boost its elder abuse prevention initiatives.
Dunedin's Princes St could be made better for buses, more attractive and "safer for everyone", and the Dunedin City Council is seeking ideas from the public on how to make this happen.
Competing in the 21st annual Scrabble for Fun tournament at the Dunningham Suite, at Dunedin Library, is Jensen Pesa (9), of Pine Hill School.