State Highway 88 is blocked both ways near Ravensbourne after a car rolled this evening.
A Dunedin man is "horrified" after finding plastic beer holders he thought were a relic of the past finding their way back on to bottles and cans.
A Dunedin duck-shooting spot has become a centre of sea lion breeding, prompting the Department of Conservation to monitor the area this season.
A Dunedin property management company's been fined $2020 after not fixing a roof on a rental property for more than a year, forcing the tenant to protect her children's belongings with buckets and tarpaulins.
The idea of removing an Otago Regional Council staff presence from Roxburgh has split councillors.
Dunedin man Bruce Hicks now has more time to read his morning paper, after almost half a century helping to make newspapers.
Cars were left crumpled after a three-car collision in Dunedin last night.
An Environment Court decision making one of the Otago Regional Council's main policy documents unlawful was ''highly unusual'' and unexpected, council staff say.
Extra training, staff and system changes are among improvements the Otago Regional Council has made to fix gaps in the way it processes consents.
The Otago harbourmaster's boat has not come in time for today's new lifejacket rules, but do not think that means you will get away with breaking them.
Emissions from the rising number of cruise ships at Port Chalmers are unlikely to be monitored any time soon.
Environmentalists say a gathering in Dunedin yesterday was more a "celebration'' than a protest.
A Christchurch man allegedly rammed a police car in a stolen vehicle during a pursuit in Dunedin at the weekend.
A 22-year-old student was arrested in Dunedin at the weekend for allegedly making secret recordings of another person and stealing "personal items".
A woman was arrested in Dunedin at the weekend for a raft of crimes including stealing a car, dangerous driving and three petrol drive-offs.
Two Dunedin teenagers were arrested at the weekend for two unprovoked assaults last week.
Dung beetles could provide the helping hand the region needs for disposing of farm faeces and protecting waterways, Otago Regional councillor Andrew Noone says.
Crosses placed in a Dunedin reserve yesterday represent people who went to work but did not come home again.
Dunedin boy Simon Macknight (10) places pine cones in a "bug motel" at the Woodhaugh Gardens yesterday as part of the Making a Change Expo.
Dunedin environmental groups are claiming the postponing of a gas and oil exploration briefing as a win, despite the Austrian company involved saying it was deferred for logistical reasons.