Greater altruism is needed to solve the affordability crisis confronting Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes, a property developer says.
A 22-year-old Dunedin man has been charged with careless driving after crashing into a late model BMW and flipping his car early this morning.
Dunedin police are appealing for information after a mobility scooter was stolen from a St Kilda address.
Police are searching for a man driving a blue sedan after a series of suspicious approaches of teenage girls in South Dunedin last week.
The occupants of a logging truck and train south of Invercargill had a lucky escape after the two collided yesterday morning.
The occupants of a logging truck and train in Invercargill had a lucky escape after the two collided this morning.
The lawyer of Colin Bouwer says the convicted wife killer is pleased to be granted release from prison.
Twelve prisoners in Otago Corrections Facility refused to eat for 24 hours during the weekend, fearing a fellow inmate would beat them if they did.
A French delegation met members of New Zealand Rugby in Dunedin on Saturday in the hopes of pressing France’s case for hosting the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Drunken violence continues to plague Dunedin’s streets. It is not limited to any demographic or any suburb.
Police victim statistics for the 2016-17 financial year reveal the most dangerous areas in Otago were Dunedin’s central city and central Queenstown.
A pair of car thieves were caught red-handed after being spotted making their getaway by the vehicle's owner.
The Octagon is starting to fill and the atmosphere is ramping up ahead of the second Bledisloe Cup test in Dunedin tonight.
An Invercargill police officer was granted a discharge without conviction after racially abusing a Korean security guard at SkyCity Casino in Queenstown last year.
A fire at Wakari Hospital which led to several people being taken to hospital is being treated as suspicious, Fire and Emergency New Zealand say.
The government has declared the flooding which hit the Taieri Plain a 'medium scale adverse event', triggering additional funding and support for those affected.
Residents remain out of 143 homes following the storm which buffeted Dunedin and eastern Otago during the weekend.