Business owners in Green Island and Mosgiel are becoming frustrated with a lack of available parks for customers in their areas.
Two people have come forward to claim a suitcase containing the war diary of a Dunedin soldier killed in action in France in 1918.
Police are warning tourists parking at Sandfly Bay on Otago Peninsula to be alert after several burglaries in the area.
Military historian Aaron Fox gave a public talk at Toitu yesterday detailing the clothing and supplies that New Zealand soldiers were equipped with during World War 1 at Gallipoli.
A 3m, self-amputating, vertically swimming, serpent-like ''bizarre'' marine specimen has washed up on the salt marsh at Aramoana.
Dunedin lawyer Bernadette Farnan is now a district court judge, after a packed-out swearing-in ceremony in the Dunedin District Court.
North Dunedin residents are calling for an arrester bed to stop run-away trucks after the latest accident at the bottom of Pine Hill Rd, near the Dunedin Botanic Garden.
A truck driver has been praised after deliberately steering his out-of-control truck and trailer into a bank as it hurtled down the steep northern entrance to Dunedin.
Four Otago women have been honoured with service medals for 50 and 60 years of service to the Mid-Otago Federation of Women's Institute.
A tower of London ceramic poppy sent from the UK by a friend of Mosgiel resident John Noble has gone on display at the Mosgiel RSA in time for Anzac Day.
Brighton artist Karen Baddock has been awarded the contract to paint the image that will feature on a New Zealand Post collectors stamp and this year's duck shooting licence.
Apprentice electricians tested their skills against the region's best at the Otago Polytechnic in Dunedin yesterday.
When keen Dunedin hunter Kevin Shannon decided to clear some space, the wildebeest, gemsbok and warthog were among those that had to go.
Moving the coffee table should not be a problem for mother and son powerlifters Shelley and Sean Kennedy.
Seventy odd years after a chance encounter on a tram in Dunedin, Dawn and Cecil Turner yesterday celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary.
Broad Bay School pupils hope to become pen pals with Vanuatuan children affected by Cyclone Pam after sending them boxes of toys, books, letters and stationery.
The Taieri community is getting behind the Mosgiel Taekwondo Club, which bagged 21 medals at the International Taekwondo South Island Regional Tournament in Christchurch on the weekend of May 2-3.