A Dunedin nightclub is facing a three day closure because of repeated breaches of its alcohol licence including one where police say a man was so drunk he wet himself.
A trio of bleating herbivores seen hoofing it along a Dunedin street this morning are now back on greener pastures.
Nearly half of those on the Dunedin City Council's community housing priority waiting list have turned down a placement in the past year.
Four Dunedin taxi drivers are still owed nearly $100,000 in unpaid wages as they wait to hear if an appeal by their former bosses has been successful.
Not exactly a speed junkie, reporter Tim Miller strapped himself into a rally car and went for a joyride ahead of the Rally of Otago this weekend.
Muzzling two dogs, impounded twice for chasing sheep, is a step too far, their owner says.
Surf Life Saving New Zealand is apologising after a significant amount of rubbish was found on a Dunedin beach following a national competition at the weekend.
Two brothers fighting to stop the demolition of a historic Dunedin church have been warned they could face legal action if they continue to publicise "misinformation''.
It was second time lucky for the organisers of the annual South Dunedin Street Festival on Saturday.
Building apprentice George Kyorkis, of Dunedin, works on a park seat during Otago's New Zealand Certified Building (NZCB) apprentice challenge at the Otago Polytechnic on Saturday.
In the nearly three months Lime has been offering its e-scooter service in Dunedin it has been both extremely popular and exceptionally controversial. Reporter Tim Miller went behind the doors of...
In the three months Lime's been offering its e-scooter service in Dunedin it's been extremely popular and exceptionally controversial. Tim Miller went behind the doors of the company's Dunedin base to observe how it runs.
Lime will monitor how its e-scooters are being used during next week's Hyde St keg party and possibly pull them from the streets if they are being used inappropriately.
After nearly four months the first of six St Clair home owners - whose properties are considered too dangerous to inhabit - has been able to return.
Noise complaints have more than tripled since a new class of container ship started berthing in Otago Harbour last year.
The public is being kept in the dark about the true condition of a historic Dunedin church marked for demolition, a heritage developer says.
A digger sits idle on top of the rubble from old Tomahawk School (left), which was demolished earlier this week.
Another airline is reducing one of its routes out of Dunedin.
A Dunedin woman says it is embarrassing a visiting pipe band practising in a city park was told to stop after someone complained about the noise.
A major international shipping company is seeking a solution to a noise problem that is causing sleepless nights on both sides of Otago Harbour.