A man and woman were arrested after an incident in Pine Hill, Dunedin, at the weekend.
Half of the clubs in the Otago surf life-saving district remain dubious about Surf Life Saving New Zealand's proposal to centrally manage the nation's nine surf life-saving districts, after a consultation meeting at the Brighton Surf Life Saving clubrooms yesterday.
Keeping up with the pace of developing technology is tricky, and getting rid of it when it becomes obsolete is just as problematic.
A Dunedin youth has found himself in hot water after allegedly stealing a hot-water cylinder from a Leith Valley carport.
Two Otago primary schools were wrongly listed yesterday as requiring Ministry of Education intervention for questionable operations in 2009.
Only three patients sought treatment at the Servants Health Centre's first day of free health care in Dunedin yesterday, but it was three more than founder Dr John Arnold was expecting.
Yesterday was "R" day for about 6900 Otago secondary-school pupils who have been eagerly waiting their 2009 NCEA results to arrive in the mail or pop up on the internet.
While the New Zealand economy appears to be back on track after being derailed by the global recession last year, it may take many families another year to recover, Retirement Commissioner Diana Crossan says.
It has been a decade since cancer took the life of Steve Chesterfield's closest friend.
Drownings in the southern region have more than doubled in the past 12 months and many of them were caused by "ignorance and a blase attitude to safety".
One person not complaining about the weather in Dunedin is Helen Grant.
A lot has changed for Ian Taylor since the days when he was a television presenter on Play School and Spot On.
Department of Conservation staff say it is only a matter of time before someone is injured by sea lions, as recreational fishermen continue the dangerous practice of feeding them.
Dunedin police have declined to estimate at how fast a Subaru WRX was travelling when it hit the median barrier on State Highway 1 near Green Island and slid for more than 100m before crashing through a lamppost, a road sign and a large flax bush.
Recyclable material to the weight of about 8000 family cars was stacked on kerbs by Dunedin residents last year.
Just when things were starting to look up for Craig Andrew, the 23-year-old former Fisher and Paykel employee has been dealt another blow.
Two Dunedin men have been arrested in connection with a spate of car break-ins in the city during the past month.
Millicent Baxter may be the most famous New Zealander few people have ever heard of.
The festive season is traditionally a time for remembering to give thanks for what you have.
Two Dunedin primary schools are in limbo after applying to the Ministry of Education for voluntary closure next year.