A man was arrested after becoming aggressive towards staff and breaking equipment in a central city bank yesterday.
Trying to reduce alcohol harm in a Rugby World Cup year was something of a baptism of fire for Sergeant Ian Paulin.
Police were left disappointed after ticketing nearly a dozen motorists during rush hour in Dunedin yesterday morning.
A motorist hit a teenage driver several times before punching cracks in their windscreen during a road rage incident in Dunedin at the weekend.
Brianna Steedman has had a tougher 2021 than most, but that has not stopped her from wanting to give back.
The University of Otago has confirmed Covid-19 vaccinations will be compulsory for all staff, students, contractors and visitors next year.
There were celebrations in the South yesterday as the region cracked the Covid-19 90% double vaccination milestone.
The Southern DHB has been told to apologise to the family of a prisoner who died in a suspected suicide, after an investigation found failures in how prisons and health boards communicated.
The University of Otago has confirmed Covid-19 vaccinations, or government-approved exemptions, will be compulsory for all staff, students, contractors and visitors next year.
Dunedin MP Michael Woodhouse is disappointed to have plummeted down the rankings as new National leader Christopher Luxon revealed a refreshed shadow cabinet with a lack of South Is representation.
A huge community effort has bolstered foodbank shelves, as demand for support continues to skyrocket.
After snoozing their way through a rather eventful 2021, the residents of Pixie Town have emerged just in time for some festive fun.