Dunedin City Council’s new chief executive Sandy Graham wants to talk to council staff before publicly revealing her vision for the organisation.
The reopening of the St Clair Hot Salt Water Pool has been delayed due to the inclement weather this week.
Ecologist Prof Sir Alan Mark and Patricia, Lady Mark have given $250,000 to the University of Otago Ecology Fund and the Orokonui Ecosanctuary.
Dunedin's Civic Centre roof is in need of a costly revamp as it nears the end of its serviceable life.
A University of Otago study has found students believe cannabis laws do not deter their peers from using the drug and heavy users are perceived as "underachievers, unreliable, and unhealthy".
The Otago Seafarers’ Centre remains locked because of pandemic restrictions, but centre volunteers are busy creating care packages for visiting seamen and helping connect them with their families.
Four people were given warnings after a haul of cannabis was seized during police raids in Dunedin yesterday.
Dunedin couple Peter Ashton and Adrien Dever have one rule to keep the peace in their home and marriage: don’t talk about politics.
The Otago Regional Council has made progress towards better water quality in the past year, but spent more than expected along the way.
New Zealand should not consider itself a small, little-known country but should speak out more in its international interests, a University of Otago international relations specialist says.
When Helen Clark was asked to give the 17th annual Open Peace Lecture in Dunedin this year, she simply said: "I don’t have time to write lectures".
Legalising cannabis is the most effective way of containing damage associated with the drug, University of Otago students have been told.
An up-skirt filmer sentenced to further intensive supervision presents a low risk of reoffending, a court has heard.
The prospect of returning to prison sparked an "explosive" reaction from a man who asked police if they wanted to "rumble" and smashed up a probation office.
Police are working with staff at Otago Girls’ High School following an alleged assault on school grounds last week.
The first International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste was marked in Dunedin with a display of commonly wasted foods.
A tale centred on the lies a young woman tells to keep the painful truth at bay has won a Dunedin writer the 2020 Sargeson Prize.
A submission on the future of Dunedin’s tourism industry misses the mark and is disappointing, one Dunedin city councillor says, even though she voted to approve it.
A zero carbon alliance looks set to become a reality, after Dunedin city councillors voted in favour of the proposal on Tuesday.