Otago residents will be part of a nationwide test of a new emergency alert system next week.
A large number of Dunedin hospital staff were seeing double this week after a payroll blunder.
Southern District Health Board staff paid twice due to a payroll blunder will have their extra pay reversed tonight.
The money is in and now the hard work begins, says the man behind the expansion of the Otago Chocolate Company.
The University of Otago's new chancellor says he is aware of the importance of the institution to both Dunedin and New Zealand.
With a dry summer in store, Larnach Castle is preparing for higher water demand.
Otago Chocolate Company's Own The Factory crowdfunding campaign has reached the $2 million mark.
Dunedin residents look set to be given a say on the "stunning'' proposal for a walking and cycling bridge connecting the waterfront with the rest of the city.
From today, people will be able to own a slice of a Dunedin-based craft-chocolate company.
A man is dead after the motorcycle he was riding collided with a car near Clinton yesterday.
Business owners in Dunedin’s waterfront area are keeping their views on the proposal to redevelop Steamer Basin well guarded, with one chief executive saying the devil will be in the detail.
Police hope a search and rescue training exercise in Dunedin today will help determine what happened to missing Alexandra woman Denise Potter.
A former Dunedin man says any Govt inquiry into the historic sexual abuse of children needs to include those abused in the care of religious institutions.
After paying more than $800 for a paint job which left her in tears, South Dunedin woman Lynn Paterson quickly found her knights in shining armour.
Claims large parts of Dunedin could be left without power for weeks are unfounded, Aurora Energy's chairman says.
It takes more than hops, malt, water and yeast to run a successful beer festival.
A Dunedin business facing its fifth day without power since April, due to Aurora Energy’s pole replacement programme, has been given a helping hand by the lines company.
A slice of Dunedin's early military history has been unveiled.
A Dunedin survivor of sexual abuse says he and others like him are ready for a long fight for justice.
A Dunedin-made short film with a morbid twist has won a top award at an Italian film festival celebrating the darker side of life.