Struck-off lawyer Michael Guest has been reinstated to the High Court's roll of barristers and solicitors and could, with restrictions, be practising law in Dunedin again before the end of the year.
The search for eight people reportedly seen in heavy seas on a dinghy and kayaks off the Otago coast yesterday will be evaluated this morning, the Rescue Co-ordination Centre says.
The need to sort out problems arising from the Dunedin City Council's parking strategy is affecting council staff's progress on other projects.
The $5 million upgrade of the Golden Centre mall in George St is "on target" for a November 6 "formal reopening".
Otago remains one of the most affordable parts of New Zealand in which to live, but also contains the area that is the least affordable.
A senior Dunedin traffic engineer has found no problems with two bends on Portobello Rd blamed by police and nearby residents for a series of crashes.
The owners of 21 houses in Caversham Valley Rd have no choice but to sell their properties to the New Zealand Transport Agency to make way for the $33 million upgrade of the Southern Motorway.
Bulldozers moving on the upgrade of the State Highway 1 Caversham bypass in the next financial year - that is the hope of New Zealand Transport Agency regional director Bruce Richards.
The positioning of power poles alongside rural roads is being questioned by the Otago Land Transport Committee, as it begins taking a fresh look at road safety.
Judy Trevathan was once called a "growly b . . . " by a passenger attempting to climb on to the roof of the Taieri Gorge train late one night on the way back from a barn dance.
The 90-year-old stewards' grandstand at the Forbury Park Trotting Club has been roped off while structural engineers complete a report on its safety.
A recipient of Careys Bay artist Ralph Hotere's generosity 41 years ago could collect as much as $500,000 on Thursday night.
A High Court decision in Napier ordering a financial adviser to pay an elderly widow $250,000 could become a "benchmark" for other claims related to the $80 million failure of the Blue Chip property investment company last year.
A cycling "nightmare" on State Highway 1 north of Dunedin will soon have its shoulders broadened to make it safer.
Those who get lost in the bush will soon have something extra to worry about. The map of New Zealand they are puzzling over just might be a different version to the one their rescuers are working from.
A Dunedin family has vowed not to give up on its quest to have a "remarkable Dutchman" honoured by the New Zealand Government.
Otago roading projects are to receive $295 million over the next three years, $51 million less in subsidies than Otago land transport authorities were seeking.
News that Chinese scientists filmed a UFO during last month's northern hemisphere solar eclipse has come as no surprise to former Dunedin academic Dr Jan Pajak.
The board of Tauranga-based TrustPower is expected to announce early next year that it is ready to start building its $400 million Mahinerangi wind farm, near Dunedin.