You couldn’t get a burger or chips from Gray’s Takeaways, but if you knew which door to knock on and had $15 in your pocket, you could get a cheap bottle of liquor. Rob Kidd talks to Richard...
Prisoners at Otago Corrections Facility (OCF) are providing joy to the people of the region through a new initiative between the prison and the Malcam Trust.
The colleagues of the women in the syndicate that claimed the $30 million Lotto prize last Saturday are remaining tight-lipped.
Sheryl Chittock plants flax on a track between Portobello and Andersons Bay Rds in Dunedin on Thursday.
Otago Regional Council bus ambassadors Maria Kean (left) and Robbitti Stanley have been putting in some long days but have been thoroughly enjoying their work, explaining planned Dunedin bus route...
Seeds from a Japanese gingko tree that survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima are being planted in Dunedin as part of an international peace project.
No way could this afternoon bus remain populated predominantly just by ghosts.
The search for missing Dunedin man Stephen Lowe will pause today and resume tomorrow after volunteers have spent five days in the Catlins trying to locate him.
Yesterday, people around the world marked World Car Free Day. Otago Daily Times reporter Margot Taylor left her car at home and joined people on six bus journeys to find out how many had...
The University of Otago says the expertise of the Women’s Health Research Centre will remain, despite staff transfers to Victoria University.
Placemakers Dunedin staff (from left) owner and operator Justin Macready, showroom team leader Gerrard Dassen and administrator Gwen Macready prepare blue sausages to raise funds for Blue September...
A packed St Paul’s Cathedral welcomed Dunedin’s newest bishop to the congregation.
German teachers in Dunedin may have been humming Meat Loaf’s Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad this week, after two of three prestigious German language national scholarships went to Dunedin secondary...
The almost $1 million payout to former Delta chief executive Grady Cameron is set to provide the fuel for what could be a heated Dunedin City Council meeting next week.
A hunch Maori women could benefit from a non-Western therapy prompted a Dunedin psychologist to embark on an unusual study.
Magicians are notorious for making things disappear — a great skill when it comes to eradicating bullying in schools.
Everything Archer Dovey knows about singing has been learnt in the shower.
Other nations would also benefit if New Zealanders held a national discussion on the ethical problems and potential benefits of new DNA engineering technology.
A bird-feeding system that caters for the tastes of native and non-native birds has won the annual Audacious business competition.
Those who take part in the Oamaru Stone Symposium make it what it is, site manager Matt King says.