The man charged with the unlawful taking of the ''Little Sucker'' truck from Dunedin has been remanded in custody by consent after appearing in the Dunedin District Court yesterday.
An inaugural walk to raise awareness about motor neurone disease attracted more than 200 people in Dunedin yesterday.
A 72-year-old man is moved in a stretcher by emergency services personnel after the car he was driving left the road and crashed down a bank near Taieri Mouth yesterday.
University of Otago student Thomas Wilson swapped his law books for gumboots when he heard of his city's plight.
A truck driver who narrowly missed a police officer during a more than 50km police pursuit was suffering from post traumatic stress disorder as a result of the 2011 Christchurch earthquake, a Dunedin court has been told.
A Dunedin con man has met a judge's ultimatum to front up with $20,000 reparation this morning in order to avoid jail time.
One of Dunedin's biggest heritage areas is under threat from increasing development of high density student flats, a new lobby group says.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has welcomed measures to give prospective immigrants to New Zealand greater incentive to go to the provinces.
A programme for advanced school children in Dunedin may be forced to close because of staffing and administration issues.
A Dunedin barrister and solicitor has officially taken up his new post as an acting district court judge.
Otago's new manager-controller of civil defence has acknowledged the response to flooding in South Dunedin in June could have been better.
An historic air base hangar built nearly 80 years ago is set to get a makeover, thanks to the charity of a local aviation enthusiast.
When Lorna McDonald met Ernie Nightingale at the Dunedin College of Education in 1947, she told a friend he was not her type.
The Dunedin police dog handling section seems set for a further cutback.