The Southern District Health Board has breached patients' privacy almost once a week for the past five years, figures show.
Hopping along in a successful bid to track town an egg near the bridal lawn at the Glenfalloch Easter Bunny Hunt is Mila Bareiter (6).
A music festival in the bush went off with a bang and blew patrons' minds despite changeable conditions under a brooding autumn sky in Dunedin on Saturday.
Dunedin global health researchers have gained a $450,000 grant, as part of collaborative efforts to tackle tuberculosis in Indonesia.
Officiating at Mass at an Easter service in Broad Bay celebrating 120 years of historic Polish church Mary Queen of Peace Church is Dunedin Bishop the Most Rev Michael Dooley.
Half a century of elegance and entertainment at Larnach Castle balls has been marked with a stylish new addition to the castle's lawn.
Lack of cross-referencing between the Dunedin City Council and central Government is making it hard to develop a clear picture of the city's housing problems, a councillor says.
Graeme McNulty (left) and Robert Oliver, both of Harwood, show off some of the bounty caught from the boat Fang in 60m of water, 26km off Taieri Mouth, on Saturday.
Being restructured out of the University of Otago's philosophy department has had a silver lining for a Dunedin poet.
A range of teething and colic powders for babies found to carry a risk of choking on tiny pieces of plastic have been recalled.
Families are divided over the timing of a more than $100,000 project to upgrade play equipment in an iconic Dunedin park.
A Rolleston woman got herself a sweet Easter treat this morning, only to find a less than savoury surprise inside.
Easter Sunday bomb blasts at three Sri Lankan churches and three luxury hotels have killed 138 people and wounded more than 400.
The Christchurch terror attacks sparked an unmatched surge in white supremacist activity online, according to a US-based intelligence firm.
A travelling troupe of Irish dancers has had all its costumes stolen in an overnight theft in Christchurch - and is offering a reward for their return.
A 2-year-old boy has died in what police are calling a possible drowning at Whakatāne, in the North island.
Police have launched a homicide investigation after the fatal shooting of a man in the south Auckland suburb of Clover Park last night.