Sunrise in Outram. by Aidan Wells, age 8
First opportunity to be able to get out and about and take some sunrise photos. I was able to catch this mornings stunning sunrise. I hope your readers will enjoy my perspective on life through my...
The ''holy grail'' for beating tuberculosis is a step closer thanks to the efforts of University of Otago researchers.
The fight is on over the University of Otago's proposal to cut 182 general staff positions.
Dubious and demise were the winning words for two southern spellers in Dunedin yesterday.
Responsible behaviour in the student quarter has saved residents' rights to drink on the street.
Cyberbullying is among many factors adding to pressures on some young people, a recent discussion paper on youth suicide suggests.
Jacinda Ardern must prove she has substance, as at present her new deputy has more credibility, University of Otago law professor and political commentator Andrew Geddis says.
The team behind the bid to build a new aquatic facility in Mosgiel is asking Dunedin residents to splash some cash and support to make their plans a reality.
The team behind Dunedin's latest five-star hotel bid insist their plans are sound, despite conceding the 17-storey tower will dominate its surroundings.
A lawyer acting for a rival hotel chain has challenged the developers behind Dunedin's five-star hotel bid.
Dunedin's recent flooding caused everything from pollution on city beaches to more than 500 call-outs to roading and waste-water issues.
The powerful new role played by unions and party members in selecting Labour leaders needs to be reviewed, one of the party's Dunedin MPs says.
The Government has announced $800,000 in assistance for farmers affected by last month's deluge in Otago.
Emergency services are at the scene of a ute accident in Mornington Dunedin.
Police suspect synthetic cannabis caused the death of a middle-aged man in central Auckland, bringing the July death toll to 10.
Pakistan's ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has looked no further than his brother Shahbaz for a successor, who is likely to usher in a new style at the top of government.
Union and staff vowed to continue fighting the University of Otago's proposal to cut 182 jobs at a protest today.
A lawyer acting for a rival hotel has challenged the developers pushing for a five-star hotel in Dunedin as the second day of a resource consent hearing began today.
The government has declared the flooding which hit the Taieri Plain a 'medium scale adverse event', triggering additional funding and support for those affected.