They come around every three years. Everything from the studio sets and the position of the podiums, to the colour of the ties, is carefully thought out; and then they’re analysed to death.
Emergency services rushed to a central Dunedin street after someone came off their motorbike, resulting in serious injuries.
Police passed on the private health details of six people with Covid-19 to potential employers, but the infected job seekers had no idea their information had been shared.
Foreign yachties seeking refuge in New Zealand from seasonal Pacific cyclones are baffled by the response not to let them in.
The grieving mother of a 6-year-old boy who died in a tragic farm accident at Ōpōtiki has told of how her world has fallen apart.
A new week, another Monday spent waiting for the announcement on whether the South will return to Covid-19 Alert Level 1.
Sarah Ewing (left), of Dunedin, and Amanda Church, of Waitati, enjoy a sunny day out with pooches (from left) Maddy, Jack and Gypsy at Larnach Castle yesterday.
Ongoing uncertainty about how long New Zealand’s border will stay shut and a likely plunge in income are keeping the South’s providers of education for international students on edge.
It is not easy competing with the other entertainment attractions a weekend offers, but Act New Zealand leader David Seymour said he was happy with the attendance, given Covid-19 restrictions, at a...
The screech of tyres and then a bang alerted a former chief fire officer at Dunedin’s Ravensbourne station to a fatal crash near his house.
National launched its election campaign in virtual mode yesterday but with a concrete promise for Dunedin.
One year on from a Dunedin fire that burnt 30ha of scrub and closed several popular tracks, the vegetation shows resilience, Forest and Bird members say.
Public submissions on proposed regional water plan changes in Otago are in, and it seems most correspondents are not happy with them.
A "crisis cafe" near Dunedin Hospital has been suggested as a way to help the mentally ill and take some of the pressure off its emergency department.
Former Dunedin epidemiologist and alcohol harm researcher Jennie Connor is heartened by a drop in hospitalisation from assaults, after alcohol sale restrictions.