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A group of women have written to Otago University calling for action against verbal abuse, including a rape threat and racial slurs. Audio
The South Island's first fast charger for electric cars has been opened in Dunedin, with promises it will help curb 'driver range anxiety'.
A Catlins man has deliberately made worthless what could be the country's largest collection of teapots. Audio
In the world of theme parks there is Sea World, Legoland, and even an Angry Birds Activity Park but Ian Telfer discovers a new kind of attraction in the Catlins. Audio
Otago Museum believes its new planetarium will be the most immersive star-gazing experience in the country.
The leaders of Dunedin's Gigatown project say it is like an iceberg which will soon emerge, after a slow first year. Audio
South Dunedin's people know the water is rising beneath them but they are trying very hard not to think about it. Audio
Television news channels are being accused of abandoning Otago and Southland with proposals to cut back staff numbers.
Silver Fern Farms shareholders have voted 82 percent in favour for a joint venture deal with Chinese company Shanghai Maling.
A mobile laboratory in a shipping container has been created in Dunedin to take science to rural communities.
Dunedin leaders say they can not believe the government's estimates for quake-strengthening the city's heritage courthouse.
It sounds like a swarm of mosquitos and looks like a flying spider but it could save New Zealand's coastal roads.
A Dunedin bird sanctuary says a stoat appears to have wiped out a rare bird colony.
New Zealand's resthomes, schools, marae and rugby clubs today gave their men in black an extra push to take on the world.
Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of people have visited Dunedin buildings today as part of the city's 150th anniversary Heritage Festival.
News travels pretty fast in Southland and most people seemed to know about the Tiwai Point smelter's power deal within hours.
A Central Otago hospital is still not connected to the Government's ultra-fast broadband network, three years after high-speed cables were laid to the door. Audio
Hundreds of Highlanders supporters are joining up to invade the capital for tomorrow night's Super Rugby final against the Hurricanes Audio
Radio New Zealand has obtained a confidential report on Southern District Health Board revealing some of the reasons behind the board's sacking. Audio
The Southern DHB has approved a controversial plan to outsource its hospital kitchens to the international catering company Compass for 15 years. Audio
The Livingstone shooting inquest has ended, with the police's top southern commander saying he is sure the case will generate a lot of change. Audio
Edward Livingstone's psychotherapist has admitted she made a mistake writing a letter on his behalf, an inquest has been told. Audio
The wife of the Dunedin man who died after killing his two children last year has revealed he raped her on the night she left him. Audio
The coroner's inquest for two Dunedin children shot by their father is expected to examine why the protection order system failed to protect them.
With shades of the US-Mexican border programme, Otago is declaring war on the wallaby. Audio