A Dunedin man is ''absolutely gutted'' after karate gear he acquired over more than 20 years was stolen just a week out from an important event.
Two Dunedin schools have received a boost with some of the latest technology coming to their classrooms.
The 4kmh speed threshold will be back in force on New Zealand roads over the summer, police announced yesterday.
A reduced 4kmh speed limit tolerance is back in play on New Zealand roads for the next two months, police announced today.
The Ministry of Social Development is remaining silent on the future of the South Dunedin Work and Income building.
A 19-year-old Dunedin man has admitted deliberately hitting a man with the car he was driving and dragging him more than 30m down George St.
Spending in Otago on the day of Fleetwood Mac's Dunedin concert was nearly $700,000 higher than the corresponding day last year, Paymark figures show.
Extra flights will operate to and from Dunedin for next month's Fleetwood Mac concert as the city pushes to help ensure the event is a sellout.
''Pretty amazing'' is how a Wanaka building company director describes feeling after winning a national award.
About a hundred people, mostly French now living in Dunedin, have gathered in the Octagon to support the victims of terrorist attacks in the French capital.
Offenders in New Zealand can be punished through a range of sentences, from community work to imprisonment. But what do these sentences actually mean? In the first of a series profiling the various sentences handed down by the court system, reporter Damian George looks at community work, what it entails and whether it is working.
Port Chalmers man Stu Guthrie has moved on with time but will always remember the day his father was taken from him in the Aramoana shootings.
A coroner has reserved his decision on an inquest into the death of an 18-year-old who was king-hit outside a Dunedin bar more than 10 years ago.
A woman has been arrested and stolen University of Otago exam scripts recovered, but they have been deemed unmarkable.
As hundreds of people gathered at Dunedin's Queens Gardens yesterday to mark the end of World War 1 nearly 100 years ago, a message of hope was heard.