Motorists who have to travel between Dunedin and Mosgiel are being asked to factor in an extra 15 to 20 minutes to the trip for the next three months.
The Pemberton family of Millers Flat has a lot of work ahead.
Dunedin police say a group of drunk flood rubberneckers were lucky not to be killed.
Clutha ratepayers should soon benefit from a $6.6million investment fund to be created after the sale of six council-owned forestry blocks around the district.
A permanent rector has been found for Waitaki Boys’ High School after a third attempt to fill the role.
Patients of the eye clinic at Dunedin Hospital, who have been waiting more than a year for appointments, are being told to ''please be patient'', while they worry about their sight deteriorating...
Switzerland is known for its mountains, cheese and chocolate. But it also has a pretty sweet largest city. Debbie Porteous spent three days in Zurich.
A former castle and mid-city watering hole for opera types, the building now occupied by the Hotel Ambassador d'la Opera has sat majestic in the heart of Zurich since 1898.
The man who raped and killed Owaka teenager Kylie Smith will remain behind bars for at least another five years.
Firefighters battling a large fire in a green waste pit in Dunedin are concerned wind could cause the blaze to spread.
Freezing temperatures, flat-out snowmaking and confidence in the forecast to come has prompted Coronet Peak to call it for an opening on Saturday.
The Oamaru District Court is set to return to its old home in the 132-year-old Oamaru courthouse on Thames St.
A Lear jet flying at 20,000ft, left for Christchurch about 3.30pm yesterday after completing 19 sweeps over Dunedin city and the Clutha district.
An extension to Kaka Point's sewerage system could future proof the area for future development.
It's Mardi Gras time in New Orleans. People get dressed up and dance and catch beads. They also eat. They might also travel to the other southern states, where they will also eat. Debbie Porteous finds they will encounter a mixed bag - but they won't go hungry.
Land Information New Zealand is to consider putting up signs warning people off shooting around the Bannockburn Inlet after a stray bullet struck a caravan in the area.
A Bannockburn woman who reported rabbit shooters to police after a caravan at a camping ground was struck by a stray bullet says spotlighting in the area must stop.
Two people are being treated for moderate injuries after a collision between two utes in the Manuka Gorge between Milton and Lawrence.
Construction of six-storey buildings in Gorge Rd, Queenstown, could be possible within a year, if a request to accelerate land-use rules is approved by the Environment Court.
Piers either side of the Tekapo River are prepared on Tuesday for the final part of construction of a footbridge that will span 115m across the river, joining the Lake Tekapo township to the Church of the Good Shepherd.