Food, glorious food, was served up at the latest Food Truck Festival at the University of Otago, in Dunedin, yesterday.
Dunedin Training Centre friends (from left) Paige Davis, Justina Davis and Destiny Hurren-Hughes enjoy the daffodils between Grosvenor St and the Southern Motorway.
A South Dunedin building damaged by fire is safe, despite a large piece of roof narrowly missing a pedestrian after it came loose in high winds, the Dunedin City Council says.
The University of Otago’s vice-chancellor has agreed to meet students who are seeking answers about possible changes to selection processes for the medical school.
A murderer who attacked another murderer while behind bars explained: "I just lost my self-control. I pretty much kicked him in the head."
A Dunedin pizza restaurant is being bombarded with "fake reviews" and negative comments after turning away an Auckland couple over Covid fears.
A rare World War 1 medal, awarded to a Dunedin man for courage and determination under heavy enemy shell fire, has fetched $650 more than the asking price at a recent auction.
For the first time so far, the Playhouse Theatre will stage its children’s theatre production elsewhere.
Grant’s Braes School pupils Alex Thurston (9, left) and Johnny La Hood (9) show off their model of the Harbour Basin, created with green infrastructure and urban growth in mind, at the Otago...
The Covid pandemic has forced a change in plans for the Otago Girls’ High School 150th jubilee celebration.
Complaints about Otago and Southland early childhood education centres (ECEs) have more than doubled in the past year, Ministry of Education data shows.