Dunedin City Council contractors are building new steps to the start of the track up to the Otago Peninsula Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial on Highcliff Rd.
They may be well and truly dead, but there is still a future for moa in North Otago. Shannon Gillies reports.
Shorts and sunnies were the order of the day throughout Otago yesterday.
Labour's surprise election win signals real change for Dunedin and the country, a tearful Clare Curran, Dunedin South Labour MP, said last night.
For many, mathematics is just numbers.
Football South’s plan for two artificial turf sports fields at Logan Park have taken a big step forward.
Dunedin police and two secondary schools are investigating an alleged assault involving three pupils in the city centre on Wednesday.
One of Time magazine’s top 100 people discussed the search for life on other planets with a packed room in Dunedin last night.
The Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society has agreed to hold a meeting with irate members, but its under-fire treasurer says it will not be a "kangaroo court", and the committee is not stepping down.
A Labour-led Government is a victory for Dunedin and one the city helped achieve, Dunedin North Labour MP David Clark says.
Green Party leader James Shaw says the Labour-lead coalition will be "a transformative government for New Zealand".
A Labour-led Prime Minister in waiting Jacinda Ardern vows to lead a country we can all be proud of.
Winston Peters has announced that he has chosen a coalation with with Labour, which will make Jacinda Ardern our new Prime Minister.
Winston Peters and his New Zealand First party have once again decided the next Government - writing another chapter in Peters' remarkable political career.
National Party leader Bill English, speaking to the press, says he wishes the new government well and says National "will be the strongest opposition party that Parliament has seen."
Labour leader Jacinda Ardern's stardust has turned into star power as she heads to the Prime Minister's office at the age of 37 and just two and a half months after becoming leader of her party.
Labour leader Jacinda Ardern will be Prime Minister in a remarkable chapter in New Zealand's political history - but the price of that will be wrestling a government that includes NZ First and the Greens.
Russian TV personality Ksenia Sobchak said she planned to run in next year's presidential election, offering liberal voters unhappy with President Vladimir Putin's rule someone to back.
Otago Regional Council chief executive Peter Bodeker says he is "disappointed" after councillors decided to overlook him for the top job when his contract comes to an end.
A Ruatapu home was razed by fire yesterday, the latest in a string of blazes that have gutted properties in Greymouth and Westland in the past 10 days.