Lights, snow, action.
Former pupils of Kavanagh College are calling on the Catholic Bishop of Dunedin to "break the cycle" of inaction over historic sexual abuse by committing to renaming the school.
In a landmark decision, the Employment Relations Authority has set collective pay rates for Jacks Hardware and Timber Ltd employees.
A Dunedin man has described the fearful moment he rushed his young family inside after seeing a man carrying what appeared to be a gun striding up a quiet suburban street.
A major review of Dunedin's sports fields, set to begin later this year, could shift goalposts across the city.
Mosgiel's RSA plans to sell its revamped clubrooms and restaurant and move to property it owns across the road.
An international support group for survivors abused by priests has joined calls for Dunedin's Kavanagh College to be renamed.
Climate activists sit in anticipation on couches and chairs outside Dunedin's Kiwibank on Moray Pl yesterday to symbolise the wait for the bank to announce a fossil-free policy.
Dunedin financial adviser Barry Kloogh has had his status as an authorised financial adviser suspended for three months.
Otago Polytechnic's Auckland campus would disappear if a proposal in a draft Cabinet paper obtained by the National Party went ahead, the polytechnic's chief executive says.
Queen's High School pupils (clockwise, from left) Devon Wilson, Olivia Gray, Abby McMullan, Morgan Mingins and Katie Hawkins (all 16) participate in mentoring sessions led by GirlBoss New Zealand...
Suspicious fires burning in vegetation on the side of a cliff near the corner of Portsmouth Drive and Portobello Rd, Dunedin, were reported to the police tonight.
By turning central Dunedin into a luminous wonderland and drawing crowds in the tens of thousands, the Midwinter Carnival has established itself as one of the city's signature events.
A steep drop in the number of southern women taking part in the cervical cancer screening programme is "alarming" and must be addressed, a cancer specialist says.
Corrections has investigated dozens of staff at Otago’s prison for misconduct in recent years, uncovering evidence of a breach in more than half of the cases.
A controversial change of epilepsy drug funding could see her and thousands of other people with epilepsy lose their quality of life and livelihoods, a Brighton woman fears.