The closure of the North Dunedin Gardens Westpac bank branch will impact the lives of elderly and families living in the area, business owners say.
The Arts Festival Dunedin show Bowie: Waiting in the Sky has been cancelled because of low ticket sales.
The kissing booth is ready and a pack of Dunedin dogs are prepared with pursed lips.
An election win for the Labour Party next year is "all the more certain" because of Andrew Little’s leadership, party president Prof Nigel Haworth told party faithful in Dunedin last night.
Reports of bullying and sexual harassment of trainee surgeons have prompted an agreement between the surgeons’ professional college and the Otago Medical School.
Social clubs for retirees have been threatened with legal action if they continue using the Probus name while not affiliated to an Australian organisation.
The junior doctors’ union has rejected a claim from DHBs that a new pay offer constitutes a significant concession in a sign the increasingly frosty dispute is no closer to being resolved.
It was the sort of homecoming every athlete dreams of.
Daylight Saving comes into force tomorrow.
Goldman Sachs is cutting almost 30 percent of its 300 investment banking jobs in Asia outside Japan in response to a slowdown in activity in the region.
Democrat Hillary Clinton had a four-percentage point advantage in support over Republican Donald Trump ahead of their first US presidential debate, according to the latest Reuters/Ipsos national...
Colombia's FARC rebel group has voted unanimously to approve a peace deal with the government and form a new political party, a top commander says.
Just a comment: for several years after the dam was commissioned the local area continued to have black outs, being supplied by the Teviot scheme. This was a major source of irritation to my...
Scientific research into how polyester pants affect the sex life of rats, what it's like for a human to live like a badger and how different the world looks when viewed through your legs was...
Three Thai policemen were killed and two wounded in a bomb and gun attack in the southern province of Yala where Muslim separatists have been waging a simmering insurgency against the state.
Warplanes have launched some of the heaviest air strikes yet on rebel-held areas of Aleppo.
Protests have dwindled in Charlotte, North Carolina, as police chose not to enforce a curfew put in place after a black man was killed by a police officer.
A bus hit three parked cars in Dunedin this afternoon after the driver stepped out of his vehicle to help a passenger.
ODTtv panellists Pat Brittenden and Lisa Scott discuss ACT Party leader David Seymour's comment that "we've got a Minister for Women, so why not a Minister for Men?"
An Otago pharmacy student has pleaded not guilty to a raft of drug charges.