A selection of Otago's most prized cultural and historical sites has been named in a heritage programme to recognise landmarks that have had a significant impact on the history of New Zealand.
A large branch that fell in Strathmore Cres early yesterday was bound to happen, says a resident who claims he complained to the Dunedin City Council months ago.
The crew of HMNZS Otago hopefully will be back at home in time for Christmas.
A heritage programme recognising 12 significant landmarks that have shaped Otago has been launched today.
The DCC says its planned city and tertiary precinct upgrades will include a significant safety focus after a distressing rise in accidents recently.
Sealord's ship FV Rehua is set to leave Otago Harbour tonight after one of its propellers became entangled by a fishing net last week.
Police are concerned firearms recently stolen from a Dunedin property may end up in the wrong hands.
Several townships in the Clutha District continue to be under strict water restrictions although a burst of rain on Monday has provided some relief to the dry area.
Dunedin doyenne of dance Shona Dunlop MacTavish has been made an honorary member of Dance Aotearoa New Zealand at a special ceremony.
The Otago Regional Council has put its hand up in support of new road safety programme "any number is too many" aimed at reducing deaths on the road.
Keith Harris admires his "Tropical Skies" rose bloom which won the Champion of Champions at the Otago Rose Society’s show at the weekend.
Farmers might have been disappointed by the lack of rain at the 152nd Tokomairiro A&P Show but attendees revelled in the hot weather.
The victims of the Seacliff Lunatic Asylum fire finally have a dedicated memorial, 75 years after the tragedy.
Retailers in New Zealand are facing an increasing level of organised and violent crime, a recent study has found.
A teenage boy returned home early yesterday, after sparking a search by Land Search and Rescue on Thursday night.
Police caught one drink driver at the Dunedin wharfside in one of the first summer crackdowns on the dangerous habit.
Shayne Hughes (left) and James Jagger check some of the artworks on display at the Dunedin Street Art Auction.
Emergency services tend to a cyclist who was seriously injured after being hit by a truck on the corner of St Andrew and Castle Sts yesterday.
A Dunedin burglar has been caught trying to sell stolen items on a Facebook trading site.
The hits keep on coming for a Westwood resident who was shocked to find the wheels from his written-off car were stolen at the weekend.