As cigarette smoking continues to become less socially acceptable, the use of vaporisers and e-cigarettes is increasing.
It started with a big blank wall and a question about what to do with it.
During his 50 years in aviation Mainland Air owner Phil Kean’s passengers have ranged from singer Suzanne Prentice to live lobsters on their way to Japan.
Claire Laverty is well known as "the singing maths teacher" among her pupils at St Hilda’s Collegiate School.
Mosgiel teenager Ben Hawke takes a look back at Dunedin's action-packed week in weather and makes predictions for the week ahead.
Dunedin Labour MPs David Clark and Clare Curran will both be cabinet ministers.
The Otago Regional Council (ORC) is warning people and their dogs to stay away from the water of Tomahawk Lagoon after potentially poisonous blue-green algae was found.
Ticket sales for Pink's Dunedin show have sold "extremely well" with limited tickets still available.
A Dunedin musician has been cleared of criminal offending after a note he posted on a disused building was seen as a bomb threat and caused the CBD to be shut down.
Staff at Moyle’s FreshChoice in Green Island are reeling following the racial abuse of one of their colleagues earlier this week.
The company running Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium is still refusing to shine a light on the cause of a blackout before the recent All Blacks versus Wallabies test.
Otago Polytechnic tourism students will benefit from the latest conference in Dunedin, getting a first-hand insight into the business events sector.
Police examine a car left stranded on Tomahawk Beach, in Dunedin, yesterday morning.
Dunedin City Council contractors are building new steps to the start of the track up to the Otago Peninsula Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial on Highcliff Rd.
Shorts and sunnies were the order of the day throughout Otago yesterday.
For many, mathematics is just numbers.
Football South’s plan for two artificial turf sports fields at Logan Park have taken a big step forward.
Dunedin police and two secondary schools are investigating an alleged assault involving three pupils in the city centre on Wednesday.
One of Time magazine’s top 100 people discussed the search for life on other planets with a packed room in Dunedin last night.
The Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society has agreed to hold a meeting with irate members, but its under-fire treasurer says it will not be a "kangaroo court", and the committee is not stepping down.