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.
Southern school pupils relished getting the chance to prove they have what it takes to be a police recruit by taking the Police Competency Training challenge in Balclutha last week.
Water restrictions in the Clutha district have been increased as continuing dry weather depletes water supplies.
A Mosgiel man has lost his cool over noisy refrigeration units at the nearby Countdown supermarket, which are keeping him awake at night.
It was a close shave in the end, but five Dunedin men have raised over $800 for men’s health as part of the Movember movement.
One car remains in Aberdeen St after a collision last month and might not be moved unless the owner does something about it.
Firefighters extinguish a toe toe bush on fire in Caversham yesterday.
Knitting woollen squares at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum as part of St Andrew’s Day celebrations yesterday are (clockwise from left) Sally Ealson, Virginia Perry, Yvonne Sharpe, Elsiee Sanderling,...
Water schemes in the Clutha District continue to have problems as they struggle with the recent large downpour of rain and warm weather in Central Otago.
All that glitters is not gold but all that shimmers is probably cold, in Anthony Powell’s experience.
The past and present met at a special high tea at the Savoy in Dunedin yesterday. Guest speaker Natalie Wilson spoke about her research into the Savoy’s past.
A person was taken to Dunedin Hospital after a ute crashed into adjoining businesses in Kaikorai Valley yesterday.
A man was taken to hospital with moderate injuries after he flipped his car on to its roof in Portobello Rd last night.
Singer Aldous Harding performs at the Glenroy Auditorium last night as part of her Party Tour.
Some residents in the Clutha District have been warned to boil water as the flash-flooding and adverse weather conditions in Central Otago put stress on local water schemes.
Clutha residents can expect a wave of floats making their way down main street Balclutha on Saturday including one designed with Disney film Moana in mind.
A Dunedin woman came to the rescue of a tourist and helped drag her out of the water after a group of visitors were caught in the surf at Ocean View Beach yesterday morning.