Limiting interim consents replacing 100-year-old mining water rights to just seven years will stifle development of agribusiness in the region and have "significant repercussions" for the economy,...
St John was called out more than 36,000 times in Otago and Southland last year - a 6.9% increase from 2018.
If Baldwin St reclaims its title as the world’s steepest street, new rules for residents-only traffic could be revisited.
A St John officer checks the driver of a car that crashed into a lamppost in central Dunedin yesterday morning.
A photograph of a strange-looking bird in a Dunedin backyard is causing a flutter in birding circles.
A 24-apartment aged-care home is planned in the Dunedin suburb of Roslyn, on the site of the now demolished New World building.
One person suffered minor injuries after a tractor rolled in Chain Hills Rd, near Mosgiel, this morning.
Two Kiwi brothers are behind a New Zealand and Netherlands-based aerospace company looking to revolutionise the aerospace industry.
The developers of an ocean-facing 22-unit boutique luxury accommodation complex in Tyne St are ‘‘not front page people’’ and have declined to answer Otago Daily Times questions about their Oamaru...
While the mystery around fuel seeping into Oamaru Harbour remains, summer recreational water testing has begun and the results so far have been ‘‘very good’’.
A health and safety risk assessment will be done before the Waitaki District Council applies to allow the public back on to the breakwater at Oamaru Harbour.
As the Waimate District Council pursues an estimated $1.4million refit of its headquarters in Queen St to address crowded working conditions, it has purchased a nearby Gorge Rd property for...
Further development of the gold mine at Macraes is "highly probable" during the 10-year district plan under development at the Waitaki District Council.