Beware — the "fraudsters, con-men and charlatans" will be out in Dunedin tonight.
The ODT asks some questions of arts festival Dunedin performer, Mikelangelo.
A Dunedin GP says he is being forced to join a shared medical records system which gives the Southern District Health Board a "blank cheque" to take more patient information.
The SDHB is fighting a proposal to classify Dunedin’s endangered physio pool site as a heritage building, saying it may have to be demolished as part of a hospital redevelopment.
Land movements have been noted in Moeraki as far back as the 1850s. Over the past three years, Haven St, in the Waihemo ward of the Waitaki district, has changed from a victim of ongoing...
Many in the Caversham community are delighted the Dunedin City Council has begun looking for ways to fix a "dangerous" intersection.
Alcohol is everywhere in Dunedin. It’s on our streets, in our shops and our homes, forming habits that can last a lifetime. But when does a taste for a tipple become a problem? In the second of a...
Queenstown's mayoral candidates have disavowed any knowledge of the "alleged campaign" that led candidate Jim Boult to complain to police.
Mayoral and council candidates talk about the issue of alcohol-related harm in Queenstown, particularly binge drinking on young people and domestic violence on women.
St Clair Hot Salt Water Pool duty supervisor Ian Fitzpatrick watches as a robot pool scrubber puts the finishing touches to the paddling pool in readiness for the opening of the pool on Saturday.
Pat Brittenden and Dominic George discuss the approval for a customary fishing reserve in Otago Harbour following an eight-year consultation and proposal process.
Pat Brittenden and Dominic George discuss a study that found babies born under midwife-led care have suffered more incidents of damage than those whose mothers were looked after by doctors.
A guide from Franz Josef caught in a glacier avalanche in the remote Landsborough Valley is lucky to be alive.
A Christchurch toddler has become the youngest Bonus Bonds winner.
Jordan Williams has won his defamation case against former Conservative Party leader Colin Craig.
The Navy officer accused of sexually violating a junior has told a jury the interaction was consensual.
New Zealand is the 13th most competitive nation in the world, according to the latest global survey.
A Dunedin nightclub manager who fleeced his friend and business owner of more than $20,000 has been sentenced to home detention.
A report that found a Russian missile shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 raises very serious questions and New Zealand is committed to ensuring those responsible are held to account, Foreign Minister Murray McCully says.
My Kitchen Rules NZ will be returning to TV screens in 2017, with Australian celebrity chefs taking up judging roles.