Long-time resident and former Dunedin City Councillor Paul Hudson says Careys Bay is one of the best — if not the best — places to live in the city.
After four years of planning and three months of construction, and less than a month after opening, it seems people cannot get enough of Otago Museum’s new science centre.
Wild winds has postponed the return of lifeguard patrols to a Dunedin beach today.
The Dunedin City Council will investigate how a lost dog was kept in the city’s pound for 10 days despite its owner checking at least three times if the dog had been taken there.
Alexandra firefighters were called to about six flooding incidents around the township yesterday, as heavy rain and thunderstorms battered Central Otago.
Making the most of the king tide at their boat shed near Glenfalloch last night are (from left) James (13), Gavin, Monique (15) and Kelly Palmer.
A man was taken to hospital with moderate injuries after he was believed to have been involved in a crash between a kart and a parked car yesterday afternoon.
When the Hasse family explain their plan for the next eight months to their friends, half are very supportive - and the other half think they're crazy.
The Central Otago Racing Club is hoping to avert a disaster by its rescheduling of yesterday's cancelled Omakau races to tomorrow.
A close encounter with what appears to have been a stingray had two Dunedin boys rushing for the shore last week.
Problems with his yacht's sail then the motor left a Dunedin man in need of a tow on Otago Harbour yesterday.
The visitors keep on coming and the wheels keep on turning on the Otago Central Rail Trail, which is reportedly having one of its busiest holiday periods in recent years.
Emergency services are attending a four car pile-up near Millers Flat this morning.
Enjoying the sunshine and playing her Scottish clarsach (Celtic harp) at the Whare Flat Folk Festival yesterday is Karen Jones, of Wellington, while Victoria Vigenser, of Hawke's Bay, listens.
Thousands of revellers turned out in Dunedin's Octagon to party and dance their way into the New Year.
Dunedin's landlords are taking advantage of the school holidays to prepare for the arrival of next year's tenants.
Preperations are all but complete for four days of music, dancing, workshops and entertainment at the Whare Flat Folk Festival.
Consent to build a three-storey building in High St as part of the planned expansion of Moana House should be granted, a Dunedin City Council planner says.
Footage from body cameras worn by Dunedin City Council enforcement officers has been used as evidence by police on at least three occasions since April, including a physical assault on an officer.
A search and rescue mission is under way in the Mt Aspiring National Park after a personal locator beacon was set off this afternoon.