A group of Otago regional and Dunedin city councillors will boycott a briefing by Austrian gas giant OMV, as the Dunedin City Council calls on the Government to take action.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull insists he is still ''seriously undecided'' about whether to stand again as rumours swirl he may step aside.
Vehicles of all descriptions occupy the Three Parks site at Wanaka at the weekend for the inaugural Wheels at Wanaka show, which attracted thousands to the town.
University of Otago graduate Emily McEwan has received the New Zealand Planning Institute's national Wallace Ross Award for research.
Muslim students at the University of Otago are inviting the wider Dunedin community to view a documentary focusing on converts to Islam, living in different countries around the world.
OUSA has locked in bands including Kiwi singer-songwriter Mitch James and Australian surf music and garage rock band Skegss for this year's Reorientation Week
An external makeover of John Wickliffe House is coming to fruition five years after the plans were rejected by the Dunedin City Council.
New painted roundabouts popping up across Dunedin and costing $120,000 will improve safety, the Dunedin City Council says.
Samantha (11) and Walter (7) Gibb, both of Invercargill, put pencils to paper and bring vibrancy to native bird pictures at Wall Street Mall yesterday.
After its own terrorism attacks, Sri Lanka could learn a great deal from New Zealand's earlier response, particularly in leadership empathy and effectiveness, a Sri Lankan researcher says.
Russell Towns had the good fortune to miss the battle of Monte Cassino, a 1944 fight in Italy in which 343 New Zealanders died and more than 600 were wounded.
A key component in the Southern District Health Board's plan to restore its shaky financial position has been imperilled by the looming five-day resident doctors' strike.
Actress Jess Keogh (26), from Carol Krueger Theatre Productions, stars as mermaid Serene in Krueger's adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen tale The Little Mermaid.
Devastating Easter bombings in Sri Lanka were retaliation for the recent deadly attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, a Sri Lankan official says.
Supporters two special housing areas proposed for Queenstown's 'Ladies Mile' say they're devastated they've been rejected.
It was the first of its kind in Dunedin - a brazen, armed hold-up by a gunman who made off with Cadbury’s entire weekly payroll, worth $53,000.
Dark clouds, persistent rain and a false start, didn't slow the pace of athletes competing in the inaugural 'Lap of Lake Hayes' race near Queenstown at the weekend.