It is no secret that Rebecca Westoby, of Dunedin, is a big fan of jigsaw puzzles.
A large column of black smoke caused by a burning car in Mosgiel spurred multiple calls to emergency services this afternoon.
The owners of a car that was stolen in Dunedin late last night followed the thief as they could hear the vehicle as it was being driven along the highway.
It's hoped a meeting between the DCC and ORC can be held before Christmas to discuss a joint approach to tackling the environmental issues South Dunedin faces.
Otago regional councillors are willing to explore the ways the council can help to develop an integrated regional cycle trail network, saying it is important both for local economies and community...
A compromise has been made with the Broad Bay community after plans to widen the road and add a cycleway proved unfavourable.
The number of people using buses in Queenstown has been significantly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Otago Regional Council will seek to form a partnership with the Dunedin City Council to make decisions for the future of South Dunedin.
The source responsible for up to 600 litres of diesel spilling into the Otago Harbour from a South Dunedin stormwater drain has "likely" been identified, the Otago Regional Council says.
Environmental stewardship will take leaps and bounds among the next generation thanks to $28,000 in funding being approved for a Queenstown biodiversity trust, its leader says.
After an extraordinary year for health workers, Southern District Health Board staff have been celebrated for their compassion, innovation, and ability to work in unprecedented circumstances.
Transport is responsible for more than three-quarters of the Otago Regional Council’s greenhouse gas emissions, but purchasing carbon offsets will not be the solution.
Otago Regional Council rates of $6 million are outstanding after the due date at the end of last month.
Three southern mayors who raised red flags about Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt’s performance did not take the decision lightly, a copy of a letter obtained by the Otago Daily Times says.
A project to install a CCTV camera at the Taieri River mouth to give boaties a better view of the bar and make crossing it safer is under way.