The contribution of overseas students should never be taken for granted.
Much has been written about the impressive Dunedin Study during its 45 years of operation - with most attention coming from overseas.
It is the headache that will not go away.
Western leaders are united in their condemnation of what is being described as a marauding terrorist attack in London where five people died, including the assailant and a policeman.
Clutha-Southland MP Todd Barclay did not cover himself in glory with his handling of a situation involving a long-standing staff member in one of the electorate's offices.
The quality of New Zealand’s rivers has been a bone of contention recently, with dairy farmers getting much of the blame for a deterioration in water quality.
Claims of another free-range egg swindle in New Zealand only illustrate how much we rely on the honesty and integrity of others when buying specialty products.
Positions are being laid out for tax policies for September’s election. Against a background of growing surpluses, Prime Minister Bill English has indicated tax cuts should be coming, and Labour...
As expected, the axe has fallen. Multinational Mondelez, a $30 billion revenue company with 107,000 staff, is ending chocolate manufacturing in Dunedin.
Talk of developing Dunedin’s waterfront brings a feeling of a deja vu.
New Zealand health workers and policy makers can be proud of the vaccination rates for children. With persuasion and guidance and good systems levels are about 94% at age 1, enough in most cases to...
The New Zealand Golf Open has been and gone for another year but its impact and importance to the southern region cannot be overlooked.
Last week's International Women's Day-timed announcements about gender pay gap differences in New Zealand should have been sobering stuff for all, not just women.
The University of Otago's impressive performance in the QS World University Rankings has confirmed what many already know - Dunedin is home to a world-class learning facility.
Prime Minister Bill English this week did what many were expecting in extending the retirement age to 67, but in an election year, it could prove to be a make or break decision for the Government.
Alcohol preloading by people who then go on to cause problems on Dunedin's streets has long been a claim of the city's bar owners and data released recently appears to back up at least some of...
Read all about it! Election year announcements are already being rolled out thick and fast.
The scene is set. The University Oval is prettier than a picture. The first ball is to be bowled at 11am today in that all-important first session on the first day of the first New Zealand-South...
It is a long way from the hype of Super Rugby or international cricket, but a recent event in Otago attracted a group of athletes just as dedicated and determined as their high-profile counterparts.
It generally takes far more work to build something up than it does to bring it down. And it is a truism that the higher you go the harder the fall.