Massey University researchers are vowing to fight a radical shake-up being described as potentially the biggest blow to Kiwi science in a generation.
Already there are indications Dunedin's new hospital is on course to be over budget and behind schedule.
The site of the Dunedin hospital build was blessed on Tuesday afternoon, ahead of the demolition phase which is set to begin this week.
A well-travelled ladies hand warmer from the 19th century, which is now on display in the Otago Museum, has been visited by a descendant of the original owner
About 100 angry locals gathered in Mataura on Monday to launch a petition urging the Government to take any means necessary to remove the ouvea premix dumped in their town.
Two people have been taken to Dunedin Hospital with minor injuries after their vehicle crashed into a power pole in St Clair in Dunedin this evening.
The demolition of the former Cadbury building in Dunedin - believed to be the biggest ground demolition contract to have been let in NZ - is due to begin next week.
Hannah Tamaki has sacked her campaign manager after he launched a tirade of abuse against The Project host Kanoa Lloyd.
Are you thinking about how sweet $42 million would look in your bank account but put off by the thought of your chances depleting as ticket sales skyrocket?
The widow of basketball great Kobe Bryant has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the operator of the helicopter that crashed last month, killing her husband, their daughter and all seven others aboard.
A childcare worker charged over the death of a 3-year-old boy on a kindy bus in Queensland had responsibility for his safety, police say.
The number of over-55s ending up on the jobseeker benefit is steadily on the rise, prompting calls for employers to change their attitudes to older workers.
Independent MP Jami-Lee Ross has pleaded not guilty to charges relating to National Party donations - and maintains that his decision to go public was not an "own goal".
Hikes in university residential hall fees are causing some students to withdraw from study, friends say.
Universities are scrambling to convince officials they can safely manage an influx of students from China if the Covid-19 travel ban is relaxed - and they insist a full-scale quarantine is not...