Dunedin & Otago
Mongrel Mob member among eight arrested in Otago as police seize drugs, ammo and cash
The accident happened on T Y Duncan Road late on the night of June 12.
Driver, 18, in serious condition after Ōamaru crash that left two dead
It follows a recent increase in gang activity.
Concerns raised as meth use increases in Central Otago tourism spots
Kristi James with her partner and son Makai
Wanaka midwife says DHB 'misinformed' about town's birthing facilities, after baby Makai born in office
Person taken to hospital with smoke inhalation after house fire in Dunedin
There have been a number of dramatic births down south lately, leading some to call for better services.
Wanaka mum says she was 'incredibly lucky' nothing went wrong after giving birth in midwife's office
Prisoner (file picture)
Former inmate committed Dunedin crime spree with pickaxe in hopes of returning to prison
More than 10,000 supporters signed the document.
Thousands call for more affordable dental care in petition delivered to Parliament
Police seize $200k worth of meth and $30k in cash during Otago raids
TVNZ’s Sunday programme last night revealed three students say the university prioritised its reputation over their well-being.
Otago University denies lack of support for sexual assault complainants
Three women share their stories of sexual violence on campus with Sunday’s Tania Page.
How big is the problem of sexual violence in New Zealand’s universities?
Otago University PhD students Kayla Stewart and Lily Kay Ross discussed their findings.
External group needed to combat sexual assault in New Zealand universities, researchers say
One person dead following house fire in Mosgiel
Ben Smith's daughter steals the spotlight in Super Rugby match helping out dad with water boy duties
Named the maungatua stonefly, it was found living in only a few hundred metres of sub-alpine habitat.
New species of insect discovered near Dunedin
Queenstown (file picture).
Queenstown Lakes District residents vote in favour of bed tax
Otago biologists (Prof Jon Waters and PhD student Elahe Parvizi) sampling kelp on the southern New Zealand coast.
Dunedin at risk of Kaikōura-sized earthquake, ancient kelp warns
Primary and secondary school students have created illuminated art installations for the festival.
Sustainability highlighted at Luma Southern Light project in Queenstown
If the snow keeps coming, skiers may be able to hit the slopes by tomorrow.
Cold and windy Queen's Birthday weekend ahead for much of the country
Fossil fight: Opposition growing in Dunedin to animal feed mining proposal
The action against coal mining and climate change saw chaotic clashes with police.
Police use bolt cutters to remove protesters from Dunedin coal conference
Billy Idol to return to NZ as part of Summer Concert Tour
'Gamechanger' - Multi-million dollar Otago cycle trail given the green light
Mountainbiker (file picture).
Otago's Clutha cycle trail gets $6.5 million funding boost for expansion
Man in popes garment holding holy bible. Adobe RGB for better color reproduction.
Abusive former Dunedin priest, Magnus Murray, defrocked by the Vatican
An Aussie crowd is claiming its raw smoked egg as a ‘world first’, and Neville Kenealy isn’t happy.
First the pavlova, now the Aussies are claiming a Kiwi inventor's raw smoked egg
Two people suffer serious smoke inhalation in Dunedin building fire
Mechanic suffers burns to arms in Queenstown car dealership blaze
Tussock Sanders is being prosecuted, but is it fair?
Otago landscaper one of 60 people singled out for not filling out census
“You're only going to favour one small portion of our community,” Mr Laws said.
Otago Regional Council vote to include iwi representatives