The humble brag lies behind Dunedin’s latest destination marketing campaign, mixing cinematic imagery with a laconic shrug.
The University of Otago’s deficit is expected to balloon to almost $29 million next year as it scales back plans to save money by cutting jobs.
An infamous possum dubbed the Te Rauone bandit that evaded capture on Otago Peninsula for years has finally met its match — a hound by the name of Sophie.
The eviction of long-term residents from a Taieri camping ground has exposed a need for alternative housing near Dunedin that is now not being met, advocates say.
The Tertiary Education Minister expects Otago Polytechnic to be returned to its former autonomy by the end of next year.
A knife-wielding Dunedin man caused chaos when he allegedly threatened several people, pulled a window off its hinges and demanded money off a pedestrian in Dunedin.
A proposed land acquisition scheme to get ahead of climate change challenges in South Dunedin has been brought to the attention of the new government.
A lifelong friend of a New Zealand mother of four who was stabbed multiple times in an alleged domestic violence incident in Brisbane says her death is a “big shock”.
Israeli tanks were trying to push further west in their battle against Hamas in and around Khan Younis on Monday.
One of New Zealand's most prominent Pacific health leaders says he has "no confidence" in the government after stepping down from almost every advisory role.
A person has died after being pinned under a vehicle in a workplace incident at Golden Bay in the Tasman district.
Smoke spotted in the distance by a Middlemarch resident turned out to be a sizeable vegetation blaze, fire officials say.
The government is delaying its predecessor's plan to make online maths and literacy tests a prerequisite for NCEA qualifications from 2026.
A cold snap is tipped to sweep the country this week, bringing strong winds, showers and a dusting of snow before a dramatic change sees sweltering temperatures return.
Fair Pay Agreement legislation will be repealed by Christmas, while the use of 90-day trials will be extended beyond small businesses, the government has confirmed.
Australia says it will tighten visa rules for international students and low-skilled workers that could halve its migrant intake over the next two years.