If you are expecting "Once Were Warriors - The Play'', then think again.
The Dunedin Fringe Festival comedy Two Girls One Shop shines a light on the shallowness of millennials and selfie culture.
Queen's High School and Otago Girls' High School pupils listen to Senior Constable John Somerfield during the Survivor 2020 Safer Journeys Expo at the Edgar Centre yesterday.
Young women can look forward to bright futures in tech industries, including in computer programming, Australian businesswoman Dr Jenine Beekhuyzen said yesterday.
There were impassioned pleas and some pointed criticism as the Dunedin City Council began hearing submissions on new rules for beaches and reserves yesterday.
The police investigation into a Frenchwoman defecating in a Dunedin street is continuing.
South Rd, in Dunedin, was closed for a short time yesterday, when two cars collided.
A new patient information system used by general practitioners had to be disabled yesterday because of a risk of data breach.
Family photos of a Dunedin businessman were found on a computer belonging to a government employee accused of harassing him, a court has heard.
Two University of Otago academics with expertise on climate change have questioned claims parts of South Dunedin could be uninhabitable in 17 years.
Research funding at the University of Otago has broken the $100 million mark, giving its finances a major boost.
Cars that drive themselves used to be the stuff of fantasy. Those visions are now a reality, and in Dunedin.
Many Otago regional councillors, as well as the council's chairman and chief executive, attended a rally organised by the New Zealand Water Forum.
One of the freedoms enjoyed by "extremist'' religious people in New Zealand may be curtailed under a Labour-led Government.
A US lawmaker has filed a bill that would, among many provisions, create a $US100 fine for men who masturbate.
The FBI helped NZ police unravel lies created by a man who faked specialist credentials to get a job at one of the country's biggest hospitals.
Police are investigating how a Kiwi woman and her young son died after their bodies were found in a Sydney unit.
An Otago University student is juggling a law degree while remaining technically homeless, while raising money for a scholarship fund.
North Korea has warned the US of "merciless" attacks if an aircraft carrier strike group infringes on its sovereignty or dignity.
One of just seven known surviving copies of New Zealand's rarest stamp has been sold to an overseas collector for a record price.