A family is without a home after a house fire in Waikouaiti yesterday.
The fundraising campaign to pay the surgery bill of a guinea pig reached its target yesterday.
A masked man has held up a Dunedin antiques store, one of two robberies reported in the city this afternoon.
One person is dead and four others injured after a two-car crash near Karitane, north of Dunedin today.
A family in Waikouaiti are without a home after a serious fire this morning.
A trailer flipped on Dunedin's southern motorway this morning but no one was injured in the crash at Lookout Point.
A Dunedin supermarket that sold "rotten" roast lamb is offering customers refunds and its supplier has apologised as both companies launch an investigation.
Thomas the guinea pig has been given a last-minute reprieve after his owners accepted offers to pay for the injured pet’s surgery bill.
Dunedin children had a "blast" in a bid to set a new record in the Octacan food drive.
A gas hob left on overnight in a central Dunedin restaurant forced a "full evacuation" during rush hour yesterday morning.
A Dunedin family is set to put down its injured guinea pig today as police fear family pets are being stolen to order.
Moa feathers are being fluffed and Haast eagle claws sharpened in preparation for the Dunedin Midwinter Carnival on Saturday.
Is musician Sir Paul McCartney coming to Dunedin?
Southern Discoveries vessel Pride of Milford sits on a slipway at Birch St wharf in Dunedin yesterday.
A 31-year-old Dunedin man has been arrested following a fire that extensively damaged a South Dunedin house yesterday.
A "xenophobic" group of Southern men is lobbying for greater protection of the freshwater fishery in New Zealand.
Josh Thomas lists two reasons for stepping down as Dunedin Fringe Festival director.
Cereal pellets are due to rain from a helicopter in the Silver Peaks today to tempt possums to eat poison later this month.
Dunedin City Councillor Mike Lord wants a bus stop on a road near Moana Pool that’s as "slippery as snot on a doorknob" relocated.
Washing vehicles in streams has been slammed by the Otago Regional Council but the man who sparked the criticism has vowed to continue doing it.