One person has serious injuries after a vehicle crashed down a bank in Dunedin this morning.
The man behind a proposed five-star hotel opposite the Dunedin Town Hall says he still wants to build his tower, but now faces competition from other developers interested in the site.
Otago is in line for a $400,000 boost from the Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) to help pay for a new collaborative approach to economic development.
A firefighter has praised a Halfway Bush family for doing the right things when their kitchen caught alight yesterday morning.
Fans of the DIY television show The Block NZ will want to get along to the Home & Living Show at Forsyth Barr Stadium this November.
A University of Otago student has won the People's Choice Award in this year's national final of the Three-Minute Thesis competition.
Hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders suffering asthma have been given hope by a life-changing study involving the University of Otago.
A broken scooter and a throwaway line went viral and made Levi Hawken famous. But what is he up to these days?
The Otago University Students' Association is adding a political representative to reflect its interest in engaging with the Government.
The first part of finding a source for workers for the new Dunedin Hospital build is nearly complete.
A new chest compression device could be the difference between life and death at the scenes of accidents in the South.
Anderson’s Bay School teacher Joy Atkinson casts a spell on pupil Finn Bain (10) as part of a celebration of books at the school yesterday.
Demolition work to clear the way for Dunedin's new billion-dollar hospital will start early next year.
Parking meters went rogue yesterday as the Dunedin City Council rolled out new charges for motorists wanting a space to stop.
Poet, fiction writer, and former Burns Fellow Sue Wootton reads poetry yesterday at an event to mark National Poetry Day, at The Link, a University of Otago facility, as fellow poet Emer Lyons...
The same Austin 7 car which made a "mad dash" return road trip from Dunedin to celebrate the extended Haast road's opening in 1965 will do it again soon.