A British grandmother bidding to become the oldest person to sail around the world alone, without stopping and without help, is back on track after surviving near-disaster off Stewart Island.
Victims of a paedophile priest from Dunedin are breathing a sigh of relief as 50 years of torment finally comes to an end.
A paedophile priest from Dunedin has finally been defrocked by the Vatican, more than 50 years after his offending was first revealed.
Dunedin could soon join cities around the globe in declaring a climate emergency, and may also accelerate its push to become carbon-neutral.
Four Otago men who survived sexual abuse or physical violence while in care have been included in a new Survivor Advisory Group to help guide a pending Royal Commission.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull is denying jumping the gun in his support for a controversial mining project near Middlemarch.
Fans of Dunedin Railways' popular Silver Fern railcar had a chance to say goodbye over the weekend.
A last link to Dunedin's maritime engineering history - the former Sims Engineering building in Port Chalmers - is facing another long winter exposed to the elements, as calls mount to save it.
Dunedin Venues is defending its decision to book a controversial minerals forum for one of its venues.
It is not exactly a pub without beer, but it amounts to the same thing.
An insurance broker who claimed he was too sick to work - while splashing out on cars, a new home and overseas trips - has been ordered to repay more than $370,000.
Dunedin could soon follow Auckland's lead by introducing lower speed limits for e-scooters in the city, the Dunedin City Council says.
A dying Dunedin man tells Chris Morris his story of a savage beating he received as a 10-year-old ‘‘cheeky little Catholic boy’’ at the hands of a nun.
The Southern Labour chairwoman says Dunedin has nothing to fear from the rise of politically aligned councillors.
The Dunedin City Council is preparing the city's waterfront regeneration plans as it waits for a decision on a bid for a multimillion-dollar chunk of the Provincial Growth Fund.
Free bus travel may soon be available in Dunedin.
A volcanic crater at Foulden Hill near Middlemarch should be turned into a ''geo-park'', not sacrificed to the mining industry, two residents say.
Mountain Biking Otago is seeking backing for an ''iconic'' track for Dunedin - even though it plans to pay for it itself.
The Dunedin Symphony Orchestra is seeking a funding boost as it prepares for a major programme next year.
The Dunedin City Council has been asked to take over the construction and ownership of a new artificial hockey turf planned for South Dunedin.