A fire which badly damaged parts of a Northeast Valley house would have been much worse were it not for the quick work of fire crews at the weekend.
Sometimes all you need to catch a whopper is a tiny hook and a bit of patience.
A Dunedin mural will provide tourists with a more creative way to get their bearings in the city.
Summer Times reporters recently spent time following southeners going about their daily lives. Today Sakhr Munassar shares his day with Jono Edwards.
Mosgiel business owners have mixed opinions on road works which will disrupt the township’s main street for six weeks.
Unlicensed anglers can now expect more of a bite from Fish and Game if caught fishing illegally.
A sea lion pup wriggling around an Otago Peninsula forest is just one new arrival in a continually-rising population.
There is no sign of completion for an Opoho man digitizing the history of the South in his basement, one film reel at a time.
Road cones have returned to Great King St as work on the Dunedin bus hub resumed after a break over the Christmas period.
Five Otago Daily Times reporters have gritted their teeth and gone way beyond their comfort zone to bring back stories of fear and mortification. Today, dissatisfied with walking on footpaths,...
Howard Anderson was taking his car to Invercargill before it was a cool thing to do.
Contaminated site numbers have risen slightly in Otago in the last decade.
A Dunedin pig farmer is warning potential home buyers of the sex and stink that come with rural living.
A driver has been critically injured after their car flipped in a collision with a milk tanker near Oamaru.
A person thought dead at a Dunedin graveyard yesterday was actually just sleeping.
High fertility rates among Taiaroa Head albatross eggs after a bumper laying season means the colony is still on track for record chick numbers.
A gang of Dunedin seniors are not letting age stop them exploring the city on cycles.
Resignations have surged 43% at the Otago Regional Council this year, and include a series of high-profile exits.
Toitu has helped realise a Dunedin boy's Christmas wish by organising a private meeting with Santa and he has not stopped smiling since.
Part of the Outram Glen to Lee Stream track remains washed away after flooding last month.