A debate in Dunedin last night was designed to engage youth with politics.
Walking in the footsteps of a saint has been known to lead one to peace and enlightenment.
Primary school children still lack the basic knowledge to save themselves in the water and reduce New Zealand’s high drowning rate, University of Otago research shows.
An Otago Daily Times online poll yesterday gathering feedback on reader’s views on Easter Sunday trading showed majority support for shops opening on the day.
Cadbury owner Mondelez is undertaking tests on its staff car park as it prepares to sell the land.
Safety issues outside John McGlashan College, in Dunedin, have prompted a proposal for trial roading improvements.
Dunedin police are hunting a man who allegedly carried out brazen indecent assaults on three teenagers in Caversham’s main street.
A new suicide prevention organisation, the Through The Other Side Trust, was launched at Wains Hotel, in Dunedin, last night.
Music fans have two more reasons to celebrate as pop superstar Robbie Williams and Pink Floyd founding member Roger Waters prepare to head to Dunedin next year.
Flood damage has exposed archaeological remains and thieves have apparently pilfered moa bones from the Awamoa foreshore, near Oamaru.
The recently elected president of the International Statistical Institute, Prof Helen MacGillivray, is quick to tackle popular misconceptions about statistics.
The Police Association has condemned the behaviour of two people accused of assaulting two Dunedin police officers.
A small business owner is devastated after a burglar smashed into the store and took off with its till and cash.
Prime Minister Bill English and Labour leader Jacinda Ardern last night sparked up an already intriguing election contest of ideas and aspirations.
A Dunedin landlord says he feels robbed after being ordered to refund more than $10,000 rent to a former tenant because of a legal technicality.
A condemned building has collapsed in the Indian financial hub of Mumbai after torrential rains, killing at least 22 people.
A cyclist was injured after being hit by a car in South Dunedin tonight.
Fans of Princess Diana gathered at dawn at the gates of Kensington Palace to celebrate the life of a woman who reshaped Britain and its royal family when she died 20 years ago.
Police divers have found the body of a fisherman who was swept underwater at Lake Coleridge in Canterbury yesterday.
Prime Minister Bill English and Labour leader Jacinda Ardern battled it out tonight in the first leader's debate, clearly indicating the election was about the two major parties.