Scaffolding surrounds the Dunedin Courthouse in Stuart St as work continues on a $20 million renovation to quake-strengthen and modernise the heritage-listed building.
The University of Otago is taking issue with a government report which says research takes priority over teaching.
The view of the aurora australis from the "Flight to the Lights" chartered Boeing 767.
For the past two summers, teams of academics and students from the University of Otago have made field trips into a stretch of spectacular high country between Arrowtown and Lake Wanaka. Queenstown...
National list MP Michael Woodhouse has lashed out at the Dunedin City Council over its hospital rebuild campaign, implying it is a front for the Labour Party.
Kevin Bayne wanted to show support for his wife after she survived two battles with blood cancer.
Motivational seminars for Southern District Health Board staff are a sign the organisation’s attitude is improving, a union organiser says.
A record number of artists are showing in the St Leonards School Art Exhibition and Sale.
West Harbour Community Board chairman Steve Walker is keen to pass on a "friendly reminder" that the 30-minute and 60-minute car parks in Port Chalmers are not an invitation to park there all day.
The family of murdered deaf Melbourne man Robert Wright, are concerned his three deaf killers will not be jailed due to being special needs.
The United Arab Emirates has said it is surprised by the ban on laptops in plane cabins bound for the US, but will co-operate.
The arrest of a 19-year-old in Israel follows a wave of telephone bomb threats to New Zealand schools.
About 50% of people suffering from hip and knee problems are denied access to a specialist, an Otago University department's report has found.
A tourist from Hong Kong has been sentenced to over 10 years in jail after trying to pass off 2kg of methamphetamine as chicken stock powder.
California is set to approve methane regulations touted as the strictest yet in the US for controlling emissions of the gas.
A project aimed at growing the capability of women in the primary sector has been granted close to $300,000.
T-shirts honouring war hero Steve Askin who was killed fighting the Port Hills fires will raise money for his family.
Passengers aboard a ferry in Lyttelton Harbour were surprised with a rare treat this morning - two pods large pods of Orca.
The Pennsylvania town of Reduction is on the market for $1.5 million.
They're raising funds for the breeding and training of guide dogs.