Lesley Prescott (78) has spent more than 30 years working with and serving women in Otago, but she says she still has more work to do.
The University of Otago’s clinical, preclinical and health subjects have been ranked among the best in the world.
Detective Jenepher Glover gives the address during the Police Remembrance Day Service at Dunedin’s First Church yesterday.
Port Otago has been challenged to front up and explain why an agreed $290,000 breakwater has been overtaken by a $2 million groyne proposal.
Dunedin's winter tourism push may be bearing fruit, with a strong rise in tourism expenditure for August.
Contingency plans for a junior doctors’ strike are "well advanced" in the country’s district health boards
An officer who shot an unarmed black man pointing a vape smoking device had been at the scene for less than two minutes when he opened fire, a US police official says.
An unprecedented power outage across South Australia has sparked political calls for an inquiry into the power sector and questions over the state's reliance on renewable energy.
A North Korean soldier has defected to South Korea, the South's military says, making a rare crossing of one of the world's most heavily fortified borders amid heightened tension between the rival...
A second night of mostly peaceful protests over the fatal police shooting in Southern California of an unarmed black man said to be mentally ill climaxed as protesters confronted officers.
A controlled explosion has been carried out on a suspicious item in central Auckland this evening, police say.
A 14-year-old boy is in police custody after he allegedly assaulted a woman and stole her car outside a shopping centre in West Auckland.
The Labour Party says New Zealanders are ``drowning'' in mortgage debt after new data showed 87 per cent of all personal debt in this country is tied up in property.
Power has been restored to the state of South Australia after storms caused an unprecedented blackout, prompting calls for an inquiry into the sector.
Police are to appeal the discharge without conviction of Losi Filipo.
A New Zealander living in the Australian state of Victoria has been jailed for nearly six years for attempting to join fighters in Syria.
One of New Zealand's largest liquor companies claims that University of Otago vice-chancellor Harlene Hayne's ''rant'' about North Dunedin liquor outlets lacks ''intellectual rigour''.
Technology giant Apple says it is moving its London headquarters to the landmark Battersea Power Station, a move hailed by the British government.
Fifteen people have been pulled out alive from a landslide that slammed into a village in China's eastern Zhejiang province after a typhoon but nearly 30 are still missing.
When he was 17, Losi Filipo was charged with assaulting Greg Morgan (21) and his friends, Hayden Williams, Kelsey Odell, and Olivia Samuels (all 22) in central Wellington.