A motorcyclist has a suspected broken leg after falling from their bike on State Highway 8 near Tarras in Central Otago this morning.
For the first time in her 12-year career as a teacher aide, Kyla Bolton says she feels like a valued employee.
After 16 years of working on trains, Judy Trevathan’s work life has gone off the rails.
Job numbers fell by 4340 in Otago and Southland during April, as the Covid-19 lockdown began to have an impact on the local economy, Stats NZ has found.
A new $145,000 campaign aimed at enticing New Zealanders to visit Dunedin, is getting a D-grade from many online.
Otago and Southland farmers may be in for another warmer-than-average winter this year.
If you don’t want to show your romantic side, let the windows steam up first.
The economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has prompted the Dunedin City Council to put the city’s waterfront development project, including the controversial bridge, on hold.
An onslaught of complaints about Dunedin’s main street makeover has prompted calls for an urgent reconsideration of the initiative, and a petition launched calling for a vote of no confidence in the mayor and several councillors.
Some Otago and Southland schools are still waiting for digital devices that were meant to help pupils in financial hardship to study online during the Covid-19 Level 4 lockdown.
Staff have been working hard to make ‘‘shhh’’ happen at today’s reopening of the Dunedin Public Libraries.
Paul Goatley refuses to let a devastating workshop fire destroy his Balclutha motorcycle repair business.
Increasing numbers of kingfish being caught in set nets off the coast of Otago is costing Port Chalmers fishermen hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost revenue.
An Otago Regional Rescue Helicopter has been called to transport a female patient to Dunedin Hospital, following an incident on an Otago Peninsula walking track this afternoon.
Just when the southern region was starting to get used to frosty starts and sunny days, MetService has warned much of Otago and Southland is in for heavy rain and strong gales tomorrow.
Authorities have evacuated local businesses as Fire and Emergency NZ continues to fight a blaze at a Balclutha motorcycle repair workshop, which is believed to contain hazardous materials.
A Dunedin project aimed at enhancing the mental health of at-risk Maori and Pasifika secondary school pupils has been awarded a fellowship to develop it.
A steady procession of potential buyers passed through Dunedin open homes again at the weekend, following the move to Alert Level 2 late last week.
When Ngairena Hibbs answered her phone and heard her daughter on the other end in an emotional state, she thought the worst had happened.
Police have confirmed the name of the woman found murdered at a Te Anau address last Friday.