A group of Mormons saved the day after a man attempted to steal alcohol in Dunedin yesterday.
Wyatt Ryder explores the student drug scene and the rise of MDMA — a party drug whose name often masks more sinister substances.
A Dunedin police officer was taken to hospital after boiling water was thrown at her face while on duty last night.
University of Otago wants the ability to fine students who have let the rubbish at their flats get out of control.
A report from the OECD's Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) shows New Zealand's 15-year-olds spend more time on the internet than their peers in all countries except Denmark,...
Finance minister Grant Robertson says New Zealand's better than expected economic recovery does give the Government more options to support the economy.
Requests from Dunedin residents about city council spending for the next decade range from a marina to calls for financial restraint.
After an enforced break through Covid-19 disruption last year, the University of Otago Capping Sextet was back in action during the latest capping events in Dunedin at the weekend.
The Government will spend $53million developing and rolling out a new HPV self-testing kit — a move that is expected to save 138 lives which otherwise would have been claimed by cervical cancer.
The Dunedin Botanic Garden and gardens across the city will benefit from a bumper plant sale held on Saturday.
The Department of Conservation is optimistic a sea lion that came ashore at an Otago Peninsula beach with an apparent great white shark bite can survive its wounds.
Dunedin Wildlife Hospital Trust chairman and Dunedin city councillor Steve Walker presents Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern with a gift for her daughter, Neve Gayford, at Labour’s Southern Regional...
Dunedin Writers & Readers Festival director Hannah Molloy admits she shed a tear on the final day of the four-day celebration of New Zealand’s top writing talent yesterday.
Killers, gang lords and drug barons were centre stage at the Dunedin Writers and Readers festival on Saturday, as two of New Zealand’s leading crime writers were grilled about their work.
The Dunedin Model Train Show has once again shown that South Island model train devotees are on the right track, the show’s convener says.
Flowers, theatre tickets, or spa vouchers might make more traditional Mother’s Day gifts, but this year some Dunedin mothers were treated to a less traditional Mother’s Day gift, a pint of beer.