A woman feels ''sick'' and unsafe after realising people had been sleeping in her Warrington crib, eating her food and watching her television.
With its new 200kg waterfall curtain, the Regent plans to bring back the grandeur of the theatre's past.
Recommendations to ministers over marine protections in the South Island's lower-east coast have been delayed.
A popular Maori Hill restaurant will be out of action for about three months after the weekend's blaze, as repairs to the establishment were found to be more extensive than previously thought.
A blaze caused significant damage at a popular Dunedin restaurant at the weekend, but its owner is hopeful it could reopen within about six weeks.
Volunteers scrambled on St Clair sand dunes to plant sand-stopping grasses at the weekend, but the project co-ordinator hopes one day the dunes will be orange with native plants.
In the midst of her 100-year celebrations, Dunedin woman Mary Cochrane was concerned her knitting output had lagged.
The Department of Conservation is asking whale-filming drone operators to play by the rules, but staff admit laws are outdated.
For students separated from their pooch pals, a squad of local dogs are available for sessions of furry stress relief.
St John paramedics were called on to treat a person after a ute flipped in Mosgiel this afternoon.
The Otago Regional Council's boundaries will remain mostly unchanged, but councillors are still pushing for more connection with Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes.
A Dunedin woman has criticised Uber after her experience fraudulently losing almost $900 through the app, and the subsequent difficulty dealing with the company.
Two guaranteed Otago regional councillors for Queenstown Lakes is proposed for the next election, but some fear that ward's gain would be Central Otago's loss.
Some shoppers remembered bags and others cradled groceries in their arms as five Dunedin supermarkets moved towards a plastic-free future yesterday.
New Zealand's mischievous spokesbird will make its first public appearance in four years in Dunedin next month.
The Otago Regional Council hopes opening up its $250,000 environmental grants fund for operational costs will offer a "point of difference" for the region’s community groups.
After being evicted from a damp house, Brendan Selwood and his two children have a warm and dry new home.
She was considering leaving the Dunedin for the north, but a mother was given a new home just in time.
Port Otago has set a goal to be asbestos free within the year, including the likely demolition of two port buildings as well as the Fryatt St sheds.
More early-season eggs from the Otago Peninsula's little blue penguins could allow the birds to flourish.