Dunedin's historic warehouse precinct has been given another boost with Gallaway Cook Allan confirming it will move into a vacant part of the Dalgety and Co building in Vogel St.
Mosgiel community constable Karren Bye says there are two things that make a community successful - resilience and ownership.
Police and fire service were called to a false alarm at the Dunedin District Court building this morning after a sprinkler was tampered with.
It has been more than a month since flooding forced businesses out of their South Dunedin premises and many shop owners are still picking up the pieces.
A scene involving a yacht and a helicopter on Otago Harbour sparked considerable curiosity yesterday.
A man sheltered in a self-made snow cave after he became lost while tramping in the Rock and Pillar Range, near Middlemarch.
Police are urging trampers to exercise common sense after a man was rescued while tramping in the Rock and Pillar Range, near Middlemarch, in freezing conditions.
Submissions will be heard early next month on a proposal to close part of Jetty St in Dunedin's warehouse precinct, with early indications the public is backing the move.
A man has been charged with murder following the death of a woman in Waldronville.
A police investigation is continuing after a man was shot at a house in Maitland St, Dunedin.
Burglars have been active in the Dunedin area this week.
Police say a car reported stolen this week could be the same vehicle involved in a hit and run in central Dunedin.
Dunedin firefighters Pete Douglas and Nigel Manson cannot think of anywhere else they would rather be.
University of Otago radiation therapy students are preparing to feel the pinch as a stipend for clinical placements is removed from 2016.
Police are looking for a silver Subaru Impreza hatchback with a suspected stolen licence plate after a hit-and-run incident which left an elderly woman shaken in Dunedin last night.
There is one rescue mission that will always stick in the mind of Dunedin firefighter Lindsay Rae.
Efforts to secure the future of Dunedin's only night shelter have reached crunch point, and University of Otago students are among those striving to save it.
Moves to tighten up Dunedin's alcohol regulations have drawn little protest from inner-city bar owners, but supermarket representatives are not commenting yet.
Emergency services and members of the public attend to a man after he was knocked off his scooter in Dunedin yesterday.
Daily services between Dunedin and Queenstown were among the first planned flights announced by new carrier Kiwi Regional Airlines yesterday.