A heritage advocate has criticised the "very, very curious use of statistics" he says has led to a car park being costed as the default plan for the former Sims Engineering building in Port Chalmers.
Following many years in the pipeline, the $4million rebuild of Dunedin’s Sara Cohen School is now within sight.
After the Government yesterday declined any exemption to a coronavirus travel ban for students from China, a University of Otago medical adviser said WHO opposed such extensive travel restrictions.
A Dunedin massage therapist is now seeing clients with a chaperone since being accused of sexual assault.
Many questions were raised about how the Otago Museum would deal with potential coronavirus risk issues, at a meeting of the museum’s governing board this week.
We are all making wishes for a warmer and drier-than-average autumn season, which officially begins tomorrow.
Former Otago Museum-based regional museums liaison officer Dr Gerard O’Regan has been appointed as the museum’s new curator Maori.
Some University of Otago students have been isolated in university-provided accommodation, along with meals and supplies, as a coronavirus preventive measure.
University will have to shift over a few paddocks to play its rugby this season.
A mother of the victim who was punched and stabbed five times by a Mongrel Mob group says she lost "faith in human nature".
A Dunedin man who allegedly helped a murder accused flee Invercargill and evade police has been released on bail.
After plenty of mixed weather, summer put in a decisive late appearance in Dunedin yesterday, as the season’s inner city high of 30.2degC was reached at 6pm.
University of Otago students have been urged to stay home if they feel unwell with fever or cold symptoms, after two cases of mumps were confirmed on the Dunedin campus this week.
Tomorrow marks one year since Dunedin's State Highway 1 cycle lane system was officially opened and the numbers indicate it is increasingly popular.
Wil Thomas may have drawn a few sceptical looks when he told people he was celebrating his 25th birthday today — probably because he looks far more "experienced".
Rod Stewart is coming back to Dunedin in November. Due to demand for tickets to his two Mission Estate shows in Napier, Stewart has added a show at Forsyth Barr Stadium for his southern fans on...
When Geoff Keogh first joined the knitwear industry as a teenager, it was never with the intention of staying.