Tradies are again being told to remain vigilant and lock up their tools after another targeted theft in Dunedin at the weekend.
A man has been arrested after allegedly stabbing another person in the neck at a Dunedin boarding house this evening.
The past three days have been a boon for Dunedin’s hospitality and retail sectors as University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic graduands and passengers from multiple cruise ships descended on...
A last-minute cut to English for speakers of other languages funding has left school principals angry and scrambling to find ways to fund Esol teachers they have already employed for next year.
The Government will pump up to $50 million into making southern state highways safer in an effort to curb road deaths and injuries nationally.
A man has been arrested after allegedly stabbing another person in the neck at a Dunedin boarding house yesterday evening.
University of Otago vice-chancellor Harlene Hayne has sat through dozens of graduation ceremonies, playing her part of a special day for thousands of families.
Kaiya Goswami (9) and Woody, of Brighton, take a break at the Mosgiel Pony Club Mackenzie Cup gymkhana at the Taieri A&P Showgrounds on Saturday.
Tackling the major challenge posed by global climate change is "the most important thing you can do", Prof Jim Cotter told University of Otago graduates at the weekend.
Police are investigating the suspected "non-accidental" injuries of a nine-month-old baby in Dunedin.
Olivia Harwood (9, front) and Pam Whipp sing carols at the Lady Thorn Rhododendron Dell in Port Chalmers yesterday.
The Southern District Health Board has employed 16 new nurses as it moves towards meeting safe staffing requirements.
Railway engine Josephine forms a backdrop for the Dunedin Rock Choir, which performed at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum on Saturday.
A Dunedin pensioner has slammed the Dunedin City Council for a "tatty and horrible'' cluster of berm gardens.