John Lewis

Concern sea lions will cause injury

Concern sea lions will cause injury

Department of Conservation staff say it is only a matter of time before someone is injured by sea lions, as recreational fishermen continue the dangerous practice of feeding them.

Close shave in Maitland St fire

Close shave in Maitland St fire

Just when things were starting to look up for Craig Andrew, the 23-year-old former Fisher and Paykel employee has been dealt another blow.

Poet Baxter's mother subject of biography

Poet Baxter's mother subject of biography

Millicent Baxter may be the most famous New Zealander few people have ever heard of.

Two arrested after thefts

Two Dunedin men have been arrested in connection with a spate of car break-ins in the city during the past month.

Health lift for boy, dad

Health lift for boy, dad

Eighteen months ago, Tavita Nielsen-Mamea (14) felt like he was going to die from just walking up a normal flight of stairs.

Bucket List brings out dreams

Bucket List brings out dreams

The festive season is traditionally a time for remembering to give thanks for what you have.

Not so goodwill keeps police busy

Not so goodwill keeps police busy

Dunedin police are calling for people to "take it easy" following a night of drunken disorder and assault in the city centre.

Dog may not be to blame for fall

Dog may not be to blame for fall

An investigation into what caused a visually impaired man to walk off a 4m-high ledge into the Water of Leith has revealed the man's guide dog may not have been at fault.

Triple the limit

Triple the limit

A 47-year-old Mosgiel woman spent much of yesterday in the Dunedin Central Police Station cells sobering up after she was found driving with more than three times the legal limit of alcohol in her system.

Guide dog may have led to man's fall

Guide dog may have led to man's fall

A 64-year-old visually impaired man landed in Dunedin Hospital after his guide dog appeared to lead him off a 4m ledge into the Water of Leith at the University of Otago.