It is going to take some serious scrubbing to get the indelible ink off Omar Arekatera Te Ra’s face.
The University of Otago might stump up some money for the Dunedin Hospital redevelopment.
Bridgette Russell checks a box of envelopes containing voting papers at the New Zealand Post centre in Dunedin yesterday.
An election meeting in Mosgiel last night showed voters will get to choose from a surprising breadth of skills and approaches from candidates vying for election.
A quick-thinking fast-food worker extinguished a bus fire in Dunedin yesterday.
The "crumbling" state of Dunedin Hospital poses risks, and it could be forced to close if a "significant defect" was found, the strategic assessment for its redevelopment says.
The Otago Regional Council has appealed the decision to allow a developer to build two units on the site of an uninhabitable flood-damaged South Dunedin house.
A University of Otago public health advocate has accused the Government of ignoring the need for alcohol reform in its shake-up of family violence law.
The outcome of a closed door meeting to review Dunedin City Council chief executive Sue Bidrose’s performance was kept confidential yesterday.
Whitestone Cheese chief executive Simon Berry said he was "thrilled" to be part of the inaugural Great Kiwi Home & Living Show at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
A South Dunedin businessman says there is nothing "sinister" about applying for a liquor licence for his tobacco store — it is simply to meet the needs and wants of the local community.
A planner is recommending the boundaries of a consented Dunedin subdivision be revised to include a smaller lot.
Pat Brittenden and Dominic George talk about the University of Otago "climate action" group who say the institution has ''put its money where its mouth is'' after voting to exclude fossil fuels...
A cleaner who stole $87,000 worth of jewellery from well-heeled clients in some of Auckland's wealthiest suburbs has been sentenced to eight months home detention.
A Karachi-bound express train collided with a freight train in Pakistan's central Punjab region, killing at least six people and injuring more than 150, Geo TV said.
The United States will join more than 20 countries to announce the creation of 40 new marine sanctuaries around the world to protect the world's oceans from the threat of climate change and pollution.
Faroz Ali found guilty of 15 human trafficking charges in scam that enticed and exploited Fijians to work in New Zealand.
A 4WD went on a rampage through commuter traffic in Christchurch this morning, reportedly hitting a car with children inside outside a school.
A commuter bus caught fire in Dunedin today and left a 200m long oil trail.
Blacksmiths, stonemasons and quarrymen are hard at work in a Burgundy forest building a 13th century-style castle using the most basic tools and materials.