Residential property values remained relatively flat in parts of Otago last year, any increases well below the national average rise.
A maquette of Dunedin-born pioneering plastic surgeon Sir Archibald McIndoe will be unveiled in England by the sculptor tomorrow.
Ravensbourne firefighter Regan Soper douses a quad bike in Ruru Ave, St Leonards, in Dunedin yesterday morning.
A tetraplegic Dunedin man can now ride an electric bike on the Otago Central Rail Trail, for no charge.
The driver and passenger of a car in Dunedin both face charges after the passenger slapped a bicycle.
Fish raised in a pond on an Arrowtown estate and given to the Dunedin Chinese Garden are proving smarter than their pet store counterparts, the garden manager says. Margo Reid said a shag could eat five fish in a single dive in the jade green waters of the Dunedin Chinese Garden.
A Dunedin resident who walked her dog in Bayfield Park on Sunday afternoon says park users are being unfairly accused of ignoring a man who was found unconscious and died the next day.
The ''pay or stay'' campaign that stops people with unpaid fines at Customs when travelling internationally has been deemed a success by the Ministry of Justice, although few travellers have been stopped at southern international airports.
Passengers on all-inclusive cruises gain nearly half a kilogram a day on holiday, a survey shows.
You've remembered to collect your luggage but, Shawn McAvinue reports, it's what you've left behind at Dunedin International Airport that helps the rhododendrons bloom.
Bert Scott (84) says he was born at Tomahawk and knows ''every inch'' of the Dunedin lagoon.
A large number of unwanted cats and kittens continue to be dumped at the doorstep of the SPCA in Dunedin.
The Education Ministry is unfazed that a payroll error gave a Dunedin man $1700 even though he is not a teacher.
Explosions gutted an expensive uninsured car in North Taieri on Saturday afternoon.
A Dunedin church group has bought the former United Services Community Club in South Dunedin.
An Aramoana woman has turned her home into a castle after an epiphany led her to build turrets, which she has done with the help of her friend building an ark next door.
A short drive past lupins and cabbage trees, beyond a stone fence chicane is Purakaunui, a settlement just over the hill from Dunedin, but ''a million miles away''.
Installing the weathered steel roof on an information kiosk in Aramoana yesterday are Rod Densen (left) and Geoff McClelland.
Former Dunedin resident Kenneth Fleck (39) is no stranger to helping people.
The recent shootings in Connecticut have generated debate about gun ownership law in New Zealand.