The deaths of two endangered native parrots from Orokonui Ecosanctuary have been attributed to human error.
The cost of doing business is climbing inside the Dunedin City Council's companies, as new figures highlight the sums paid to secure top executive talent.
A student who burned an upholstered chair in the middle of the road in Castle St early one morning in May has been discharged without conviction.
Blood on a Dunedin doctor's shoe and the window of his car was 800,000million times more likely to be Amber-Rose Rush's than anyone else, a court has heard.
On the daily 30-minute drive to their Purakaunui home, 16-year-old Isobel Fraser reads books to her mother.
A $400,000 project to shape the future of Dunedin's transport system has taken another step forward.
Disruption is expected on Dunedin's south-bound one-way street as work to replace the roof at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum ramps up next week.
Fifteen medical students guilty of academic misconduct, and another 60 concerned they also broke the rules on placement, should know whether their futures are affected this weekend.
Dunedin's cultural institutions are working closely together and are showing "fantastic co-operation", Otago Museum director Dr Ian Griffin says.
Migratory tītī muttonbird have returned to the Otago Peninsula late after their colony was decimated earlier this year.
Botanists in the field of fungi are celebrating their ability to further grow their research after receiving a Marsden Grant of nearly $1 million.
Controlling, fearful, and oppressive - that's how people who've left the community of Gloriavale described their lives there.
The highest judicial officer in the land has taken the rare step of writing to Parliament to expose holes in a proposed law aimed at shackling Kiwi terrorists who come home after fighting overseas.
Not every issue politicians debate is a matter of life and death but on Wednesday that was, literally, the topic of the day.