Neil Young's music is being removed from Spotify's streaming service after the singer-songwriter objected to his songs playing on the same platform that offers controversial Joe Rogan's podcast.
With only a month until the academic year begins, the University of Otago is still making plans for how it will operate in the midst of an Omicron outbreak.
Controversial church leader Brian Tamaki has revealed he spent his time in solitary confinement and lost 7kg while he was locked up in an Auckland jail.
Staff, patients and visitors to Southern District Health Board facilities must now wear a medical grade face mask.
Russia says it's clear the United States is not willing to address its main security concerns in their standoff over Ukraine, but both sides are keeping the door open to further dialogue.
An Otago University evolutionary virologist says fully vaccinated people with a booster dose are effectively protected against a mutation of the Covid-19 variant Omicron.
There are 105 new community cases of Covid-19 today, with the total number of Omicron cases reported in the community also now at 105.
A Dunedin murderer has been resoundingly knocked back in his bid for access to opiate pain medication while behind bars.
A teenager who tested positive for Covid-19 after attending the SoundSplash festival says with all the physical contact revellers had at the three-day festival, it seems inevitable that the virus spread to others.
For four years a Dunedin man known for his charity work secretly fleeced his ailing father of nearly $150,000, a court has heard.
Securing rapid Covid-19 tests has not been a problem for some southern businesses who say the devices will help them continue to operate when Omicron hits.
Hit after hit after hit - Dunedin entertainer and producer Doug Kamo is becoming impatient with the impact Covid-19 protection measures are having on New Zealand’s events and entertainment industry.
Work takes place on the remodelling of Frederick St, between George and Great King Sts in Dunedin yesterday.
Dunedin City councillors will be weighing up at next week’s annual plan meeting whether to change the way Dunedin residents are charged for waste collection.
Some of Dunedin’s most popular playgrounds are on track for a facelift as the Dunedin City Council considers options for a destination playground.
Mixing matauranga Maori with Western science, and becoming just the third person in their family to attend university, are the goals of two of New Zealand’s top Maori science pupils.
Inflation, Covid-19, city growth and a potential rates rise of 6.5% in election year will swirl in the minds of Dunedin’s elected officials in the coming days.
A University of Otago researcher is calling for a radical redesign of school uniforms to help girls feel comfortable and be physically active at school.
The University of Otago’s new $100 millon Te Rangihiroa College is now partially clad at its site at the intersection of Albany and Forth Sts in Dunedin.