More women are breaking into the automotive and mechanical engineering industries, a change emphasised by what the Otago Polytechnic says is an unprecedented number of female students this year.
A driver was left with minor injuries after crashing into a power pole in Halfway Bush this morning.
Dunedin's cruise ship season brought almost 153,000 passengers into the city off 115 vessels, and research shows they were a remarkably satisfied lot.
A driver has done a runner after a two-car crash in Alexandra that left the driver of the other vehicle with minor injuries.
The island where three men were dramatically rescued recently may soon have its own helipad and upgraded refuelling facilities to make such rescues safer.
Another central Dunedin hotel in a heritage building could become a reality as a local company makes plans for what it describes as a "high tech, boutique" development in lower Stuart St.
David Loughrey does not believe in God, because he is not superstitious. Well, maybe he is, just a little bit.
The first physical indication of work to build the new Dunedin Hospital will soon take place with the demolition of two small buildings by Castle St.
Different spelling for Dunedin suburbs on prominent road signs at the approach to the city will be changed, the NZ Transport Agency has promised.
About 30 striking junior doctors and supporters protested outside Health Minister David Clark's office at midday.
South Dunedin rumbled to the sound of motorcycles on Saturday as a large group of riders set out to raise money for returned servicemen and women.
Dunedin’s heritage buildings are set to benefit from a $101,000 injection from the most recent round of heritage funding.
Fireworks let off at a freedom camping site by a group that arrived in a vehicle and left quickly afterwards could have threatened campers and houses nearby after they set fire to nearby scrub.
A company planning to move its tractor and farm implement business to a rural-zoned site near Mosgiel may struggle to get the idea accepted.
In an attempt to understand the complexities of existence in these difficult times, David Loughrey put some hard questions to God under the Official Information Act. Unfortunately, God's people got in the way.