A Central Dunedin business owner is sick of the up-to 30-odd people who urinate, vomit, smash bottles and commit vandalism in the car park at the back of her shop each weekend.
For Mark Jones, the opportunity to take on the top job at Bayfield High School was just too good to pass up.
More than 60 University of Otago medical students have come forward after an overseas placement rort was uncovered.
Prof Tony Binns, who helped pioneer the UniVol programme at Volunteer Service Abroad, has gained a rare life membership of the development organisation.
A massive fire that tore through conservation land near Middlemarch may have had substantial biodiversity impacts in the area, including on a species of endangered native fish.
An Australian government official may face repercussions after making transphobic comments about a Dunedin sexual assault support service.
Three courts and the More FM Arena at the Edgar Centre will be closed from next week until March next year as earthquake strengthening work is carried out.
Photographs of 150 present University of Otago staff are on display at its Link area, in association with the university's 150th anniversary.
More community pushback against drugs, and increasing gang numbers, are likely to be behind skyrocketing Armed Offender Squad (AOS) callouts in the South.
Iwi representatives will remain on the Otago Regional Council policy committee, despite a determined bid by some councillors to alter how it consults Maori.
The Royal New Zealand Navy's multi-role vessel, HMNZS Canterbury, passing a busy Port Chalmers on its way to berth at the T/U sheds in the upper harbour yesterday.
Firefighters working to keep a massive fire that tore through conservation land near Middlemarch contained managed to quickly extinguish a flare up last night.
A scientist who examined the bedroom where a Dunedin teenager was stabbed to death says there were no obvious signs of a struggle.
The noisy yellow-eyed penguin took a big bite out of the $8million pie that is the Department of Conservation's Community Fund.
Despite recent progress, there is no room for complacency over retaining older staff in the workforce, Associate Prof Bevan Catley warns.
Bill Jackson, of East Taieri, takes a close look at rhododendrons in the upper section of the Dunedin Botanic Garden yesterday.
A new fishing jetty at Port Chalmers is expected to be up and running by the end of next week, Port Otago says.