Eager youngsters yesterday learned more about building castles of the imagination out of paper cups at the New Zealand International Science Festival in Dunedin.
Cannabis, Black Lives Matter, tourism and the economy were all up for discussion during an at times fiery political debate in Dunedin.
New Otago Regional Council chairman Andrew Noone says councillors will have to put distractions behind them and unite to get back on task.
A forecast $1.22 million will come from Otago Regional Council coffers for the over-budget replacement of the GoCard.
A pedestrian who was hit by a car in Mosgiel has been taken to Dunedin Hospital with serious injuries.
A woman was injured as hundreds of people gathered outside a North Dunedin bar for Re-O Week festivities.
Trying to stop someone from drink-driving earned a Good Samaritan a broken pelvis for her efforts, after she was dragged along the road by a car.
The Green Party is not expecting a bump in support among Dunedin voters after MP David Clark’s Covid-19 blunders, co-leader James Shaw says.
A sex offender who violated his cellmate while double-bunking has had three and a-half years added to his sentence.
About 100 people participated in yesterday’s booked-out lantern-making sessions at Dunedin’s Midwinter Lights event.
The Otago University Students’ Association yesterday celebrated its 130th anniversary with a tree-planting ceremony in Dunedin.
Geoff Pearman, of Port Chalmers, was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to seniors and business at an investiture ceremony yesterday and is congratulated by Governor...
New Zealand has had its biggest quarterly fall in GDP since 1991, a University of Otago economist has found.
Burgers, pizza and bubble tea will be on the menu at a new restaurant opening in George St next month.
A national sporting representative and university scholarship recipient has been convicted of domestic violence despite claims it would end his career prospects.
Charlie Loretan's proud of his creation, a jetpack he crafted at the Dunedin Public Library as part of the NZ International Science Festival on this week.
Two-thirds of responses so far to a survey on changes to Dunedin’s central city one-way system want it to remain as it is.
An Oamaru man arrested during the Level 4 lockdown deliberately coughed on police and told them "I've got Covid-19", a court has heard.
Trying to stop someone from drink driving earned a Dunedin Good Samaritan a broken pelvis for her efforts, after she was dragged along the road by a car.