TV medical dramas usually focus on the surgeon wielding the scalpel, but yesterday hospitals around New Zealand put the spotlight on the person at the other end of the patient.
A South Otago band is using its centenary as a springboard to its next 100 years of Highland heritage.
The Otago rugby team won't be rushing the newest member of its trophy cabinet around the province as quickly as it did last time.
Otago will not be rushing the newest member of its trophy cabinet around the province as quickly as it did last time.
The former dean of the University of Otago's Faculty of Law says he supports students' push to put the brakes on the university's ability to discipline students for off-campus behaviour.
A paradise duckling hurled from a moving vehicle has escaped injury, and is now one of a flock of more than 50 ducklings and young ducks being looked after by Bird Rescue Dunedin.
Dave Foster, of engraving firm John Swan, polishes off his work on the Ranfurly Shield yesterday. PHOTOS: PETER MCINTOSH
The Rainbow Warrior has departed Dunedin and is heading for Stewart Island.
Recycled fashion delighted the crowd at the Trash into Fashion Trashion Show at Cromwell College Auditorium on Friday.
Dunedin Airport turned blue and gold as the Ranfurly Shield was welcomed home with a chorus of cheering and applause.
A whitebaiter has been slapped with a freedom camping ticket beside the Waikouaiti River, before being forced to move his camper van several metres to an exposed highway layby.
It pays to get all your ducks lined up in a row when you’re running a charitable duck race.
Otago coach Ben Herring was enjoying his coffee in the first 40 minutes — but things did not quite go as sedately in the second half.
Watch as the Otago rugby team come home to a hero's welcome with the Ranfurly Shield after beating Waikato in Hamilton last night.
Greenpeace vessel Rainbow Warrior has been welcomed into Otago Harbour today as part of its visit to the city this weekend.
A teenager who urged his truck driver colleague to run down a cyclist has apologised for his behaviour.
Cats and balls of wool seldom go well together, particularly when someone is knitting.
Paul Dwyer chats with Otago coach Ben Herring ahead of the team's Ranfurly Shield clash against Waikato on Saturday. Otago stars return for challenge
Hundreds of students turned up at the University of Otago today to farewell the former dean of the faculty of law Professor Mark Henaghan, who has taught at the university for 41 years.
Greenpeace vessel Rainbow Warrior has anchored off the Dunedin coast as crew members undertake training before a visit to the city this weekend.