Vandals have poisoned the Andersons Bay Bowling Club green, leaving a trail of burnt grass and dirt less than three weeks from opening day, green supervisor Kevin Galvin says.
Four more people were arrested yesterday as a police operation targeting an alleged LSD and cannabis dealing syndicate in Dunedin winds up.
A North Dunedin off-licence and its manager have been suspended by the Liquor Licensing Authority after liquor was sold to a minor at the premises in April this year.
A 22-year-old Dunedin man has been charged with unlawful possession of a firearm after a lengthy search for a firearm that sparked an armed offenders callout in July.
An overnight graffiti attack on South Dunedin has left residents and business people disgruntled at what they say is the latest in a long line of disturbances in the area.
Have you ever wondered who painted over the graffiti you saw on a wall or building yesterday?It could have been any one of a Dunedin City Council team.
The navy was finding it difficult to sail, the air force had clipped wings, and the army would struggle to take part in combat, the 2007-08 Defence Force annual report reveals. The report paints a picture of the New Zealand Defence Force hamstrung by a lack of staff and poor equipment.
Twenty-four prisoners from Napier arrived at Dunedin International Airport yesterday, bound for the Otago Corrections Facility, following a health scare that prompted an evacuation of the Hawkes Bay Prison.
Hundreds of people lined vantage points to wave at Dunedin's most special truck convoy as it travelled through the city and suburbs yesterday in what was indeed a special day for its passengers.
A 23-year-old man underwent surgery in Dunedin Hospital yesterday for a head injury and a broken jaw received during an alleged assault in Northeast Valley, Dunedin, early on Saturday.
A property in the Dunedin suburb of Kew has been declared safe after a minor slip last week took with it part of the property's boundary fence and a metre-deep chunk of the yard, the owner said yesterday.
Four patients and four staff have fallen ill with new suspected cases of the contagious norovirus, despite the vigorous efforts of staff to contain the virus.
Some Dunedin supermarket owners have been called socially irresponsible after selling beer at 83c a can last Friday, the day before the unofficial Undie 500.
Undie 500 weekend shame has hit Dunedin again, and this time police are looking to Otago students for the blame.
The registrar for Private Investigators and Security Guards will hold a three-day hearing in Dunedin to hear the objections of 16 people opposed to the renewal of the licence for Dunedin private investi-gator Peter Gibbons.
Police have issued about 30 speeding tickets and caught one driver travelling 42kmh over the speed limit during the first two weeks of an operation targeting speeders on State Highway 88 between Ravensbourne and Port Chalmers.
An injured crewman from a Japanese fishing trawler was safely airlifted from the vessel, more than 200km from shore, and taken to Dunedin Hospital this morning.
Mainland Air's service between Dunedin and Central Otago has been stopped due to low patronage, one of the company's managers says.
Dunedin Mayor Peter Chin does not accept claims from student leaders that city authorities' decision to push for the cancellation of the Undie 500 could result in an underground event which was even less controlled.
Mosgiel police have recovered several items they believe may have been stolen from residents' vehicles over the past month.