A Dunedin motel owner says he will no longer supply emergency accommodation after a resident rammed a police car in a KFC drive-through next door.
Many events have fallen victim to Covid-19, but the Brighton Gala Day remains a constant through troubled times.
Viruses that blackbirds, thrushes, goldfinches and other introduced songbirds brought into New Zealand could be spreading among native species.
After 20 years of hard work, dedication and - most importantly - fun, Otago Museum has said goodbye to a much-loved employee.
The University of Otago has accepted 103 redundancy applications as part of its voluntary redundancy scheme.
The number of parents home-schooling their children has skyrocketed since Covid-19 hit, including in the South where there has been a more than 40% increase.
A former firefighter has avoided imprisonment after blackmailing a woman using a topless selfie she had sent him.
Diagnoses of prostate cancer biopsies might soon be taken over by artificial intelligence (AI) systems.
Nerves, relief, delight and disappointment may well have bubbled away in thousands of homes, as teenagers took a peek at their NCEA results.
Dunedin’s ever present black-backed gulls are making themselves at home at the site of the new hospital in the central city.
Otago's shellfish industry is on high alert again as the marine heatwave starts to take effect, potentially bringing algal blooms which could decimate much of the coast’s marine environment.
Havoc at airports across the United States over concerns its 5G rollout could interfere with aircraft safety will not happen in New Zealand, the telecommunications industry says.
Two women have been arrested after a police car was rammed in a KFC drive-through in North Dunedin this morning.
The first wall of Mosgiel’s new swimming pool has been erected on the Memorial Park site. Construction started in November last year after planning consent was granted by the Dunedin City Council.
A Dunedin woman says she was "strongly advised" by her mortgage broker to hide her pregnancy during a meeting with a bank last year.