The University of Otago looks set to bin a document that suggested changes to the way students from minority backgrounds are given priority in selection to its medical school.
All southern highways are open again after yesterday's weather bomb left some closed for a time this morning.
Hospital staff, non-urgent patients, and visiting family members could be expected to use a "park and walk" facility mooted for the edge of Dunedin’s CBD.
A Dunedin nurse who suffered a massive brain bleed while at work has returned to Dunedin to begin her recovery.
Strong emotions were roused as several perspectives on compassion were offered during a discussion on the end of life choice referendum at the University of Otago yesterday.
New Zealand should implement a wastewater monitoring system to boost protection against hidden Covid-19 clusters and asymptomatic carriers, a University of Otago academic says.
A newly-released study makes a strong case for lung cancer screening in this country and brings it closer to reality, researchers say.
Construction of the MetService’s $2.8million weather radar in Otago will soon resume, after Covid-19 restrictions put the project on hold.
Loscoe Patangata committed an appalling crime intended to inflict maximum humiliation on his former partner, but he was also genuinely remorseful and willing to change, the Dunedin District Court...
The Dunedin City Council is investigating the cost of exporting waste from Dunedin amid opposition to a proposed landfill near Brighton Beach.
The Labour Party has pulled its brochures in an Auckland electorate after a complaint to the advertising watchdog.
ACT says it would allow central and regional governments to establish 30-year infrastructure partnerships in order to streamline projects if elected.
Three German yachties refused entry to this country after arriving in the Bay of Islands have been jailed until they board a flight home later this week.
NZ First leader Winston Peters is vowing legal action against the SFO after its probe into the NZ First Foundation.
Showering with your cellphone may sound bizarre to some. But for an increasing number of Kiwi families, it's seriously hampering efforts to reduce bills and increase sustainability.