One for the road is never a good idea, particularly when you have had "a heavy night on the booze", a Dunedin woman has discovered.
A Dunedin sex offender who abused three boys in the 1970s has been given an emphatic send-off by his victims.
Before an aggravated robbery committed at the end of last year, the defendant had been out of trouble for three years and had graduated from a polytechnic building course.
University of Otago students and academics will next week contribute a 90-minute segment to an innovative international online video broadcast, commenting on the United States elections.
Working on trust, connectivity and communication has made for happier staff at the Otago Regional Council, a new survey has shown.
The challenges facing the new Dunedin Hospital are "no better or worse than they have always been", project steering group chairman Pete Hodgson says.
When Bridget Dalley inherited an old duvet from a family friend, she politely said thanks, and then promptly threw it in a cupboard because it was "too garish" to put on her bed.
An $8 million redevelopment at Mercy Hospital will deliver the hospital’s biggest boost in overnight bed capacity for 20 years.
As rabbit populations climb once again in the South, some southerners are calling for the return of rabbit boards.
The earliest surviving structural evidence of the European settlement of Dunedin will soon be underfoot again for shoppers in the city centre, at an estimated cost of $400,000.
Otago Peninsula Trust ecotourism manager Hoani Langsbury is appealing for any photographs or further sightings of a large feral cat seen near Allans Beach this week.
Winning - the novelty never wears off, even after taking home New Zealand’s top composition award for the third year in a row, Michael Norris says.
An aeroplane with high-resolution cameras is conducting flyovers in the high country as government agencies estimate Himalayan tahr numbers and mob sizes in South Island Crown pastoral leases.
University of Otago researchers have gained more than $2.7million in career development funds, including for a study to identify patients at greater risk of poor cancer outcomes.
A truck caught fire on Auckland's Southwestern Motorway near the Hillsborough off-ramp blocking the northbound lanes.
Thirty minutes after a Christchurch 16-year-old’s car was set alight in the early hours of the morning, he received a sinister Facebook message asking if it was “still for sale."
People are already queuing outside Forsyth Barr Stadium for Dunedin's annual Craft Beer and Food Festival.
The preliminary referendum results indicate that a majority of Kiwis voted against legalising cannabis for personal use. But Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed she voted in favour of...