Surviving a potentially fatal illness is not the usual university experience.
A couple who were stabbed as they tried to stop an attack at a Dunedin supermarket say the incident has changed their lives forever.
Intended savings from the Government’s electric car rebate programme will be lost as prices spike with increased demand, a Dunedin electric vehicle retailer says.
The demands of modern life are behind the demise of a Middlemarch institution which has kept the community informed for almost 40 years.
A former St John paramedic says the system his former colleagues are having to work under is unacceptable.
The Otago Regional Council is warning people keeping possums as pets could counter the region’s pest management plan.
Otago Polytechnic interns are working around the clock to prepare for this weekend’s sold-out iD Fashion Week shows.
A religious charity which knowingly employed a rapist says its oversight did not "contribute significantly" to the next rape he committed.
A 17-year-old youth appeared in the Dunedin Youth Court yesterday, following an arrest involving a Taser in central Dunedin earlier in the day.
A hardy band of local naturists soak up heat from a bonfire after plunging into the wintry waters at Warrington Beach.
Residents of Outram are concerned their water supply will be contaminated should a development on the edge of the town be approved.
Olveston Historic Home visitor numbers have plummeted since international borders closed, and other cultural sites are also feeling the pinch.
Oceans are warming, coral reefs are disappearing and sea levels are rising, but nevertheless the oceans’ own role in the fight against climate change wasn't part of the landmark climate change advice package delivered to Govt.
An investigation by power company Aurora Energy has found a new pole was "most likely" behind repeated power outages in a Dunedin suburb late last year.
Dozens of people were in stitches at Otago Museum on Saturday during a World Knit in Public Day event.
A 17-year-old boy is to appear in the Dunedin Youth Court today, following an arrest involving a taser in the central city.
The north Dunedin skyline is about to change again as construction workers put the finishing touches on the concrete foundations for the new $100million Te Rangihiroa Residential College.