A central-city bus hub is expected to begin operations this financial year.
Two injured yellow-eyed penguins should leave with no more than a few ruffled feathers if staff at Dunedin’s new wildlife hospital have any say in it.
A 35-year-old man has been airlifted to Dunedin Hospital with moderate injuries after a two-car collision near Waipori Falls this afternoon.
Emergency services inspect the scene of a gyrocopter crash at the Taieri airfield, in Mosgiel, yesterday afternoon.
High school pupils Shanae Forbes (15, left), of Roxburgh, and Liam Nelson (15) and Celeste Lane (17), both of Auckland, find their way around the University of Otago campus during the first day of...
A pilot has escaped without injury after the gyrocopter he was flying crashed at the Taieri Airfield in Mosgiel this afternoon.
Dunedin man Graeme Roxburgh makes and fixes everything from musical instruments to hay balers. Reporter Jono Edwards takes a peek at his DIY lifestyle.
Despite more missed services throughout December, the Otago Regional Council says Dunedin’s revised bus network has "settled down".
It took time for Syrian former refugee Fouad Ghanam (15) to warm to Warrington’s chilly waters, but now he has to be dragged out.
Diving with sharks may seem an unlikely excursion for the survivor of a great white shark attack at St Clair, but Barry Watkins (63) feels comfortable about the dive, as he will have...
A former Dunedin shark attack survivor will face his fears in the eyes, as he plans to go diving with great whites next month.
Police are door-knocking homes of previous offenders as a way to curb burglaries, as Dunedin experiences a seasonal spike in the crime.
Armed police responded yesterday to reports of a man in Caversham with a ''military-style'' firearm, which turned out to be a BB gun.
Police are door-knocking previous offenders as a way to curb burglaries, as Dunedin experiences a seasonal spike in the crime.
Mysterious broadcasts of expletive-ridden rap music on southern police radios has interfered with an armed offenders squad (AOS) call-out, putting people "in danger".