He hangs out in heritage buildings, has views on the copper trade in Thailand circa 1250 BC, and obtains fellowships at prestigious British universities. Best of all, he believes in Dunedin. Dr Hayden Cawte, a most unusual mix of academic excellence and business acumen, tells DavidLoughrey his story.
Challenges to the renewal of the liquor licences of two Dunedin supermarkets will be heard this week.
University of Otago medical and physiotherapy graduates should seek happiness through caring for, and learning from, their patients, and not simply by striving for materialistic success.
A South Dunedin cycling initiative has pedalled its way to a $20,000 donation from the Otago Community Trust.
A new era has begun for the annual Dunedin Community Christmas Dinner, which will be hosted at the Dunedin Town Hall for the first time this year.
Sister of Mercy Sr Mary Chanel has spent most of her life caring for the sick and dying.
One hundred years after the Andersons Bay Presbyterian church opened, the historic building's future is uncertain, and its parish on the point of dissolution.
Otago is a province with a rich history of establishing firsts. We have led the way in many fields and that tradition continues. Researchers at the University of Otago are attracting international attention, with some granted millions of dollars for cutting-edge projects. So what are they up to? Reporter John Gibb, in a fortnightly series, does his own research on the researchers.
Olveston Historic Home guide Kevin Flaherty, in the Olveston library yesterday, reads a book of letters written by World War 1 soldier Dalbert Hallenstein.
Dunedin rugged up for the 17th annual Dunedin Santa Parade today
Seven people have been injured, two seriously, following a crash between two vehicles in Ngongotaha.
Kiwis wanting to fight against the Islamic State would be targeted alongside terrorists under the anti-terror bill.
Jonathan Coleman is to dove-tail his health and sports portfolios to try to create a healthier, fitter and slimmer New Zealand.
Alpine rescue trained ALS paramedic Tony More helping the woman Injured on Mt Ruapehu to the helicopter. Photo / Greenlea Rescue helicopter Three trampers were injured in separate incidents in the Tongariro National Park yesterday. Just after lunch the Taupo-based Greenlea Rescue helicopter was sent to a woman in her twenties who had slipped near the summit of Mt Tongariro and injured her ankle, pilot Nat Every said.
A motorcyclist was seriously injured in a crash in South Auckland today.
Three Dunedin residents were honoured for doing exceptional things as part of the Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Awards 2015.
The Dunedin City Council has contacted 400 dog owners about unpaid registration fees and is now sending some dogs to the pound.
More than 80 New Zealanders have registered their interest in joining the international fight against Ebola, Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says.
Dunedin's Santa Parade is all set to roll this afternoon.
A white truffle from Italy, said to be the largest in the world, sold for $80,000 at an auction in New York, Sotheby's said.