Two cruise ship passengers from Canada could not believe their luck when they stumbled upon the Thieves Alley market during their visit.
Plunket is shining a light on an untold part of its history today, as the organisation unveils its new-look branding.
Orientation Week festivities are under way at the University of Otago and the message to students is to look out for each other.
The new Dunedin Hospital will have a primary birthing unit alongside its maternity ward, the Southern District Health Board has confirmed.
Health officials are awaiting confirmation of a $20 million capital injection for the Southern DHB to ensure deteriorating Dunedin Hospital buildings are functional until they’re replaced.
A player who was flown to Christchurch after being seriously injured at the Spartans 10s rugby tournament at Miller Park on Saturday is making positive progress.
Hard work from eight dedicated bell ringers resulted in a three-hour performance in Dunedin at the weekend.
About 350 children, aged 2 to 6, took part in the mini-triathlon which involved a run, cycle and waterslide to the finish.
Dunedin was filled with the sound of pipes over the weekend as bands from across the South converged on the city.
A multimillion-dollar facelift of Dunedin’s Knox College has been completed in time for the start of the new academic year.
The family of the teenager who died after being crushed at a student party in Dunedin are opening a scholarship in her name.
Using Shortcut Rd may save motorists some time, but residents want it split into two due to ‘‘grave concerns’’ about pedestrian safety.
Dunedin disability advocates will give Dunedin city and Otago regional councillors, staff and contractors a taste of the daily challenges they face during an ‘‘accessible walkabout’’ next week.
New Zealand’s poor rating internationally for pandemic readiness is not reassuring, Prof Sir David Skegg says.
Dunedin’s Scottish culture is under threat because families cannot afford their children to learn piping and drumming in the city, a mother says.