Otago Polytechnic is proudly flying the rainbow flag after gaining the Rainbow Tick certification.
Cadbury's closure will ripple through the Dunedin economy, costing support companies their contracts and possibly even their staff, the Otago Chamber of Commerce says.
New and returning University of Otago students were too busy eating ice creams and basking in the sunshine yesterday to notice Opposition leader Andrew Little strolling through the Dunedin campus.
There is no chance of the Cadbury factory being saved from closure after owner Mondelez made its decision, long-time confectionery maker Nat Craig says.
The Otago Regional Council has named its preferred tenderer for architectural design services for the council's proposed head office building project.
Two education unions have joined forces again, in a bid to encourage the Government to raise funding of schools and early childhood education centres across the country.
The Southern DHB new chief executive has told MPs he plans to meet the editor of the ODT to discuss the "style and the approach'' of the newspaper's health reporting.
Aurora Energy is refusing to reveal how much it has spent on consultants in the aftermath of the dangerous pole scandal.
When a Dunedin businessman broke off his three-year affair with an Auckland woman, she allegedly took revenge by harassing the wife of her former lover.
A Timaru man has been sent to prison for assaulting his former partner and threatening to kill her.
Students who drink and make a mess in the Dunedin Botanic Garden have been warned they might find themselves back there doing early-morning community work.
The Dunedin City Council will decide today whether to dip into cash from a building maintenance fund to pay for environmental and food resilience initiatives.
A former teacher aide with 20 years' experience working at Sara Cohen School has come out in support of the teacher who has been stood down over allegations of child abuse.
A Dunedin woman is breathing a ``huge sigh of relief'' after tickets she bought in September to a Bruce Springsteen concert finally arrived the day before the show.
The prospect of cutting back the level of national standards assessment and delaying NCEA exams until a pupil's final year of school has raised eyebrows within the education sector.
Road cones cover spotlights aimed at Paul Dibble's bronze sculpture Pathways at the University of Otago.
Greg Johnson called Dunedin home for most of the 1980s - a time spent transporting the Dunedin Sound and protesting to impress women.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has urged about 4000 first-year University of Otago students to behave as if they were standing outside their parents' home.
Firefighters are continuing to make progress in the Port Hills, almost a week since two devastating fires began in the hills above Christchurch.
Chopper pilot Steve Askin was a hero to his family and two young children.