Former All Black captain Sir Wayne "Buck" Shelford's achievements were formally recognised at an investiture ceremony at Government House in Auckland this afternoon.
Amazon needs 100,000 people with a specific skillset for jobs in New Zealand and training was already being rolled out locally, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said.
Frantic children called 911 at least half a dozen times from the Texas classrooms where a massacre was unfolding, pleading for police to intervene, as some 20 officers waited in the hallway nearly an hour before entering and killing the gunman, authorities said on Friday.
A high number of Dunedin bus services were cancelled today and officials say they do not know how long the disruptions will continue to last for.
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Day-drinking, dollar-shop costumes, thumping bass and selfies with police officers? It must be Hyde St.
A Dunedin taxi driver who says he lost everything during a six-year legal battle with his former employers has finally received the unpaid wages he was owed.
A woman who dishonestly claimed nearly $68,000 from the Ministry of Health has failed in her bid for a discharge without conviction.
Police are continuing their inquiries after reports of a person with a firearm sparked a search in South Dunedin on Thursday.
Otago Daily Times journalists and Allied Press publications feature in the finalists for this year’s Voyager Media Awards.
It can be tempting to call your pet a ratbag when they misbehave, but one Dunedin woman found herself yelling the name on the side of the road yesterday.
Dunedin City Council appears set to signal it will call on the Government for help when it comes to big questions about climate change and the future of South Dunedin.
With hundreds of workers required for the upcoming Dunedin Hospital rebuild, businesses are trying a new method of finding employees.