Giving parents a taste of life at the University of Otago is a priority for several residential colleges as they prepare to welcome students for the year.
Otago Polytechnic students started back this week.
Authorities will be quick to respond to nuisance fires during Orientation Week, police warn.
Bus hub construction, ticketing changes, route adaptations and community consultation are just some of the many things on the Otago Regional Council's bus agenda this year.
A Mosgiel grandmother gave two "gorgeous" dresses to help a charity shop step back in time.
Balaclava teacher Dave Waddell is proof it’s not what you know, it’s who you know.
A growing interest in "lifestyle learning" is boosting Otago Polytechnic’s Central Campus, and student numbers and courses are rising. Pam Jones takes a look at some of those combining...
Two drivers received minor injuries after their vehicles collided on Taieri Mouth Rd.
A motorcyclist has been flown to Dunedin Hospital with moderate injuries after his bike collided with a truck on the Lindis Pass.
US President Donald Trump is wasting his time deriding the media over their coverage of his administration, Australian leader Malcolm Turnbull says.
The King of Spain's sister, Princess Cristina, has been acquitted of being an accessory to tax fraud at the end of a year-long trial.
The US Senate has confirmed President Donald Trump's pick to run the Environmental Protection Agency over the objections of Democrats and environmentalists worried he will gut the agency.
An explosion at a property in the Auckland suburb of Mt Eden woke several residents early this morning, propelling debris onto a nearby train station platform.
Frustrated Port Hills residents are getting desperate to know when they will be allowed back onto their properties.
Dan Carter is back in the country after being caught by French police drink-driving in Paris this week.
Dr John Pace is "apprehensive" about what an "age of xenophobic nationalism" means for future efforts to promote human rights.
Police are investigating after allegations surfaced on social media that a Dunedin man attempted to solicit sexual favours from a teenager in exchange for cash.
The thin blue line also appears to have a thinning waistline, and the number of officers unfit to serve has dropped by more than 70% in the past four years, official figures show.
A Dunedin woman who was having an operation in one of Dunedin Hospital’s leaking operating theatres on Monday has spoken out about the experience.
A Dunedin cleaner’s underlying psychological issues went undiagnosed for years, eventually leading to the vengeful slaying of his boss over a perceived slight.