Readers believe health money is distributed unfairly due to media coverage of funding decisions, new University of Otago research suggests.
Contractors have begun initial construction work on a new pedestrian/cycle bridge over the Water of Leith close to Forsyth Barr Stadium.
The Dunedin businessman behind an intensive dairy conversion in the Mackenzie Basin says protests against the plan have come too late.
Researchers who developed a new predictive polling system focused on values are trying to drum up support within the media industry - and say their research could signal a move away from "mud...
On the surface, Dorothy Winifred Pearson was a dutiful citizen, helping her elderly neighbour with her groceries.
Dunedin residents were treated to a bit of a light show last night as several lightning strikes hit as a storm drifted toward the coast.
A Christchurch man who beat someone to death with a wheel lock, wrapped their body in a carpet before burning and dumping them argues the murder was not one of extreme callousness and brutality.
Getting out of your chair and moving around for two minutes every half hour provides important health benefits, University of Otago research suggests.
Building stronger relationships between retailers and their staff could be an effective new way of cutting losses from shoplifting, University of Otago research suggests.
Aurora Energy has appointed two new contractors to carry out maintenance, renewal and development work on its network.
Rising prices at the Dunedin Physio Pool have forced some long-time users to stop using the facility.
Soaring cruise ship numbers and a multimillion-dollar increase in expenditure in Dunedin is driving an increase in employment among the city's tourism operators.
A police officer euthanised a cattle beast in Evansdale yesterday afternoon after it was hit by a train.