The junior doctors’ union has rejected a claim from DHBs that a new pay offer constitutes a significant concession in a sign the increasingly frosty dispute is no closer to being resolved.
It was the sort of homecoming every athlete dreams of.
The 19-year-old at the centre of an armed robbery in St Kilda remains on the loose as the other two women accused of the incident are released on bail.
The Dunedin City Council faces a potentially protracted legal battle as New Zealand’s supermarket giants join forces to fight the city’s local alcohol policy.
A 22-year-old pharmacy student remains in custody after yesterday pleading not guilty to drug charges and electing trial by jury.
University of Otago staff and students protested against cuts to the humanities division during a visit by Deputy Prime Minister Bill English yesterday.
A crime spree in a Dunedin suburb is continuing and police are asking residents to remain vigilant.
A runaway bus with passengers on board but no driver left a trail of destruction in Dunedin yesterday.
The seeds sown on the Andersons Bay Primary School playground redevelopment are starting to grow.
Voting returns appear low in Dunedin after the first week of this year’s polling.
The closure of the North Dunedin Gardens Westpac bank branch will impact the lives of elderly and families living in the area, business owners say.
The Arts Festival Dunedin show Bowie: Waiting in the Sky has been cancelled because of low ticket sales.
The kissing booth is ready and a pack of Dunedin dogs are prepared with pursed lips.
An election win for the Labour Party next year is "all the more certain" because of Andrew Little’s leadership, party president Prof Nigel Haworth told party faithful in Dunedin last night.
Reports of bullying and sexual harassment of trainee surgeons have prompted an agreement between the surgeons’ professional college and the Otago Medical School.
Social clubs for retirees have been threatened with legal action if they continue using the Probus name while not affiliated to an Australian organisation.
Daylight Saving comes into force tomorrow.
Goldman Sachs is cutting almost 30 percent of its 300 investment banking jobs in Asia outside Japan in response to a slowdown in activity in the region.
Democrat Hillary Clinton had a four-percentage point advantage in support over Republican Donald Trump ahead of their first US presidential debate, according to the latest Reuters/Ipsos national...
Colombia's FARC rebel group has voted unanimously to approve a peace deal with the government and form a new political party, a top commander says.