The $5 million warehouse development by Port Otago on the former Glendermid Leathers tannery site at Sawyers Bay is on target.
Some dinner tables may go without a New Zealand ham this Christmas because fewer pigs are being farmed, New Zealand Pork chairman Ian Carter says.
Saloon cars fired up on aviation gas barreled into the bends at Beachlands Speedway in the Dunedin last night.
A Dunedin woman is heading to Vietnam to work with physically and mentally disabled orphans, some crippled from the chemical Agent Orange.
Drivers in Dunedin using handheld cellphones are being targeted by police in a week-long blitz that began yesterday.
Three New Zealanders living in London, Bulgaria and Texas met in seven different American states to make the travel series American Times. Shawn McAvinue talks to them about bringing down scumbags in Seattle and manning up in Massachusetts.
White ribbons fluttered on the black leather jackets of the motorcycle riders who roared up to St Paul's Cathedral yesterday morning.
Donations for the family of the cyclist killed outside Dunedin Hospital on Monday have reached $7500.
Waikouaiti police want to talk to a motorist who saw a car, with an elderly man and large dog inside, flip at the southern end of the Kilmog yesterday afternoon.
The new Rainbow Warrior is sailing towards Dunedin to campaign but a Dunedin city councillor says residents should decide on the future of deep-sea drilling in Otago.
Former Mad Butcher owner Sir Peter Leitch will not go down without a fight, and was in Dunedin yesterday to see the laboratory helping him battle bladder cancer.
The $15 million retirement village being built in Dunedin is on track and will be ready for its first residents in Christmas.
A programme to protect babies and young children in Dunedin has been granted funding for a few more years but those in rural areas remain at risk, a social agency director says.
Members of the 60+ tramping club in Dunedin range in age up to 84, but are ready for the challenge of Coronet Peak.
Former prime minister Helen Clark packed out a South Dunedin theatre last night with a talk on poverty, inequality and hope.
A section of the walking and cycling track between Dunedin and Port Chalmers was officially opened on Saturday.
An early arrival pushed a wedding out a day and into the chapel of Dunedin Hospital.
The dead were celebrated by a Hispanic group on Saturday to keep the language and culture of Latin America alive in Dunedin.
Members of the Cosy Dell Tennis Club celebrated the its centenary in Dunedin with pinstripes, pretty dresses, bonnets and bow ties on Saturday afternoon.
A new off-road vehicle that resembled a mix of rickshaw and wheelbarrow had a trial run in Dunedin yesterday, its first outing in New Zealand.