A programme designed to help young former refugees with basic skills resulted in the graduation yesterday of 20 people at Otago Polytechnic.
A man and a woman were rescued early this evening at Tomahawk Beach after getting into trouble while diving for paua.
A Dunedin helicopter company has imported a combination of technology it plans to use for everything from search and rescue to dealing with forest fires and even helping out police.
Dunedin's busy state highway system, carrying more than 31,000 vehicles a day, could be cut to one two-way road running through the city.
A piece of Chinese Christian history languishing for more than a century in a Dunedin attic will soon be returned to its rightful home.
Services left out of the scope of the new Dunedin Hospital build could go off-site to community health hubs.
Dunedin's busy state highway could be cut to one two-way road running through the city as the new $1.4 billion hospital takes shape.
The group planning for an expected shortfall in the labour force required for the new Dunedin hospital has been unable to find someone to co-ordinate the work.
A Dunedin woman’s concerns about e-scooter safety will soon be taken to the NZ Transport Agency and South Island councils.
Some Otago regional councillors have questioned the need to restructure bus fares to make them cheaper, saying they are cheap already.
A little-known historic - and magical - piece of North Taieri is about to change hands. David Loughrey visits the Wairongoa springs looked after by locals with a strong sense of stewardship.
Every Dunedin person worth their salt applies a hierarchical system as they attempt to neatly order the chaos of their world. David Loughrey considers how that works.
The 20th version of the iD Dunedin Fashion Week show will feature models on a catwalk that will extend through both upstairs and downstairs seating areas of the Regent Theatre.
A Cromwell hub for the Otago Regional Council combined with a new Dunedin headquarters appears to be firming up as the future set-up for the organisation.
One building at the Dunedin Hospital will stay where it is for the time being as the equipment within comes to the end of its working life.
All is not well and good in Roslyn.
Heritage New Zealand is hoping some features of the former Cadbury building can be retained in the new Dunedin hospital, but appears to accept the category 2 historic place will go.
The chairman of the Otago Regional Council has called on landowners to step up in the fight to control rabbits, amid a spat with a councillor over the organisation's response.
The historic facades of the Cadbury building appear all but certain to be demolished to make way for the new Dunedin hospital.
A plan to designate an area of land in Mosgiel to allow for the town's new pool has been mostly supported.