Crawling through mud-filled ditches, dodging barbed wire and navigating deep ponds has retained its appeal and the fifth Mud, Sweat and Tears event in Mosgiel yesterday was declared the most...
"Arts matter" is the message from thousands of students who have signed a petition in a bid to stop the university ditching its art history programme.
One of Dunedin’s newest buildings continues to be recognised nationally, this time winning a national architectural award for its efficient and sustainable design.
Allegations of bad behaviour levelled against both staff and students at the University of Otago have been rising since 2013, and sciences and health sciences staff make up the majority of all...
A proposal to lessen the impact the thousands of tourists have on Dunedin’s Baldwin St needs to happen soon, a resident says.
Farmers are preparing for wintry weather as a polar southerly digs in across Otago and Southland today, bringing heavy snow and rain.
A Port Otago worker sustained moderate injuries when he was struck by a container being loaded on to the vessel Maersk Inverness.
It is easy to think of the hectic 10-day arts spree that is the Arts Festival Dunedin as an unrestrained bout of spectacle, with glamorous, beautiful actors and performers sweeping imperiously...
With almost all her works sold as the exhibition she is part of opens, Oamaru artist Gemma Campbell says the first showing of her work is "really special’’.
In a bamboo forest, on an ancient monolith, drifting in front of stone buildings followed by phantoms of light, Japanese dancer Meri Otoshi performs on a continuous video loop at the Toitu Otago...
The recorder section plays during a performance of The Saints Glory Train at the Saturday Morning Music Classes’ 50th annual demonstration concert in the Dunedin Town Hall yesterday.
Mateo Mirosa (7) lost two fish before he landed this rainbow trout at the annual Take a Kid Fishing event at the Southern Reservoir, in Dunedin, on Saturday.
A dashcam has captured the moment a dodgy driver races along the newly installed cycle path in Castle St (left) on a busy Friday afternoon before swerving back into traffic and passing right)...
More than 100 purple-clad people marched along George St, Dunedin led by a piper on Saturday, to raise awareness for World Alzheimer’s Month.
Rural pupils who travel long distances could be less active than their urban counterparts in getting to school, early results of a large study show.
Outram School pupils collected a vast pile of rubbish from the rural roadsides near their school during a recent clean-up.