Road safety improvements at the intersection of State Highway 1 and Riccarton Rd East should reduce the area's crash rate, the New Zealand Transport Agency says.
Otago transport planners will further investigate the logistics of merging with their Southland counterparts.
Dunedin building owners are failing to comply with fire safety legislation and can expect to be caught out this year.
New legislation is creating new issues for liquor licensing in Dunedin.
Lunch in the staff-room, a guided tour of the grounds and a celebratory cake made it a special day at school for about 50 former Otago Girls' High School pupils on Saturday.
The deliberate slashing of 12 tyres on airport shuttle vans has raised suspicions about a taxi war in Dunedin.
Shiny shoes and sharp dance moves filled the South Dunedin Community Hall for a rock 'n' roll jive competition on Saturday.
Visitor nights in Otago are up almost 6%, despite declining numbers in Clutha, Central Otago and Wanaka.
The Government should spend more money improving roads vital for primary production and tourism, Otago Regional Council and Environment Southland staff say.
The district council share of road costs will increase in Otago, once the New Zealand Transport Agency changes the way it sets rates for funding assistance.
Dunedin police are seeking information about the burglary of a camper van (pictured), and the theft of camera equipment worth about $4000 from inside.
Black Magic is in demand, as sweethearts prepare to cast spells over loved ones this Valentine's Day.
About 60 models are being chosen for this year's iD Dunedin Fashion Week.
Contractors for the New Zealand Transport Agency have a full schedule of work over the next few months for the Caversham Highway project.
The consistency of overnight policing in Mosgiel is being investigated.
Mosgiel, Middlemarch and the wider Taieri area will benefit from a new marketing approach by the Dunedin City Council, chief executive Sue Bidrose says.
Five minutes before he fell into Papanui Inlet and drowned, a Portobello man talked about wearing a life jacket the next time he went fishing.
Concerns about the level of policing in and around Mosgiel will be raised with Police Minister Anne Tolley.
A complaint about new cruise-ship protocols at Port Otago is being assessed by the Commerce Commission.
Dunedin is attracting more domestic visitors, who are pushing monthly spending to record highs.