The success of the Otago Museum's new planetarium and of old favourite drawcards, has contributed to a 21% surge in visitors to the museum.
A series of information sessions on South Dunedin's future will be held by the Dunedin City Council and Otago Regional Council next month.
Workers from Asplundh and McArthur & Symons install LED lights in a tree in George St, Dunedin, last night.
A man facing charges for cultivating cannabis and wilful damage may escape standing trial for the matters as the police officer meant to provide evidence was unavailable because the force is `...
A digger sits on a pile of rubble where the $50million University of Otago animal research facility will be built on Great King St.
It was flower delivery the old-fashioned way.
Like bees to honey, hobby apiarists around the country are swarming to a new beehive manufacturer in Dunedin.
The Dunedin Hospital emergency department has lost its clinical leader and had its training accreditation downgraded.
Staff termination payments increased by more than five times in the year that several senior staff departed from Southern District Health Board.
The Southern district's top policeman will be leaving the district, just seven months after taking the role.
The total bill for two Auckland finance consultants working at Southern District Health Board topped $1.1 million, new figures show.
A bus driver fresh from Christchurch had a sharp lesson in Buccleugh St bends yesterday, when his vehicle became wedged on the Northeast Valley street.
Ravensdown engineer Will Layland (left) and friend Jed Denton move a pipe into place near the Ravensdown fertiliser plant in Ravensbourne yesterday.
Dunedin's Octagon taxi rank is set for a trial move from the upper Octagon to the central carriageway from tonight, following concerns over violence and disorder.
The number of University of Otago lectures downloaded by students is set to reach 1.2million by the end of the year, the university says.
An Outram resident is outraged a letter warning him about a water supply disruption arrived in his mailbox two days after the event.
A Sydney home has been raided as part of a police investigation into terrorism financing.
The term "special needs" education is likely to be scrapped because of concerns it singles out students.
Police fabricated a traffic incident so they could arrest and question Quinton Winders about the death of stop-go worker George Taiaroa, his lawyer has claimed.
The woman who died after being hit while trying to warn motorists about an accident on State Highway 1 has been named as Medelina Muir.