Efforts are ramping up to save a doomed Dunedin gym that has helped cancer patients for more than a decade.
The controversial transfer of high-security prisoners from Christchurch to Otago Corrections Facility is on hold until the new year.
Police came under a unique form of fire on Tuesday morning when a man arrived armed with a tray of eggs to launch at the Dunedin Central Police Station building.
A Southern sailor has been stranded at sea for more than 100 days, unable to get back to New Zealand because he cannot obtain an emergency quarantine spot.
A new home for performing arts in central Dunedin is being billed as a foundation stone for developing the city’s artistic infrastructure, but concerns remain about the viability of the sector.
Otago regional councillors will soon consider whether they want to go ahead with a planned 18% rates rise next year.
Southern sailor Bruce Blackburn has managed to get off the logging vessel he had been stranded on for several weeks while unable to get an emergency quarantine spot in New Zealand.
More action on Otago Polyfest day three at the Edgar Centre in Dunedin yesterday, as school and early childhood centres took to the stage to celebrate Maori and Pacific cultures.
A woman declined entry to the University of Otago’s medical school four times has taken her complaint to court.
This year’s Melbourne Cup Day at Wingatui Racecourse will go ahead, albeit with strict Covid-19 precautions in place.
The mothers of three young southern men killed in crashes would like rule changes for personal memorials after public tributes to their children were removed or not allowed.
Parts of London and Filleul Sts in central Dunedin are to be dug up to replace 80-year-old pipes before changes to the city’s main shopping street.
A planned green hydrogen research centre in Dunedin now has the financial backing of both the New Zealand and German governments.
An increasing urgency to improve low vaccination rates among Maori and Pasifka people has been backed by a University of Otago immunologist.
There was more action on day two of the Otago Polyfest in Dunedin yesterday, as school and early childhood centre pupils took the stage to celebrate Maori and Pacific cultures
A ‘‘child rescue’’ model unfairly dominates the way decisions are made about the welfare of at-risk children, outgoing Children’s Commissioner Judge Andrew Becroft says.
Police came under fire yesterday when a man arrived armed with a tray of eggs which he launched at the Dunedin Central Police Station.
The undersized stop signs by the intersection of a double-fatal crash in Outram have finally been replaced — more than two years after the tragedy.