Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has declined a request from local MPs and social agencies for the Dunedin City Council to lead a crisis meeting over a lack of affordable housing.
The annual Otago Sports Awards attracted a full house at the Dunedin Town Hall last night.
The Otago Daily Times and Allied Press publications featured at the Canon Media Awards in Auckland last night.
One of Dunedin’s oldest schools will be rebuilt at a cost of $6.7 million as part of the Government’s bid to modernise New Zealand’s school infrastructure.
It's a message you see regularly on roadside signs and on the television - a simple click saves lives.
They are topics that strike fear in the heart of any parent: sexting, suicide and teens watching pornography. Pam Jones looks at some of the information and support available to help parents.
More than 390 people will graduate from the University of Otago in person, with qualifications in commerce and law, in a ceremony at the Dunedin Town Hall at 4pm today.
The head of the police’s Youth Aid section in Dunedin wants an overhaul of the system, which in its present form results in the most vulnerable young offenders falling through the cracks.
Garagenalia, or vintage roadside relics, is a big deal for collectors these days.
More than 210 people will graduate from the University of Otago in person, with qualifications in arts, education, music, teaching and theology, in a ceremony at the Dunedin Town Hall at 1pm today....
Next year’s Trenz conference in Dunedin is set to cost ratepayers $200,000, but the long-term pay-off should run well into the millions.
Canada's Queen’s University will early next month confer the honorary degree of doctor of science on former University of Otago vice-chancellor Prof Sir David Skegg.
On the outside, Dunedin Hospital nurse Dana Smith looks like a healthy young person, but on the inside she is anything but.
Police are investigating after a prisoner at Otago Corrections Facility was seriously injured.
A retired United States Air Force officer who blew the lid on a multimillion-dollar US defence scam has turned his experience into a PhD thesis.
Photos from around the Otago University campus.
Robotic surgical tools are cutting costs and improving patient outcomes, but robots will not be carrying out operations without guidance from human surgeons anytime soon.
Motorists are being warned to take care on southern roads as a wintry blast moves over the country.
Police are trying to track down a good Samaritan who helped a 17-year-old girl after she escaped a Sydney home where she was reportedly held captive as a sex slave.
The man dubbed New Zealand's first serial killer has been denied parole.