As the start of the new camping season looms, Dunedin is readying itself for thousands of freedom campers expected to flock to the city during the next six months.
A rental car driver could be in hot water with their rental company after their vehicle ended up in Purakaunui Inlet overnight yesterday.
A couple of visitors to Purakaunui got a closer view of the inlet than they planned.
Criminals continue to target properties in Mornington prompting police to remind residents to secure their belongings.
Four youths have been arrested and charged with arson after a blaze at the former Glamis Hospital late on Friday night.
Bravo Company Officer Commanding Captain Duncan McEwan runs a group of Territorial soldiers from Otago and Southland through the ins and outs of a civil defence response at the Dunedin civil...
All aboard the bendable mystery tour.
Four youths have been arrested and charged with arson after a blaze at the Glamis Hospital late on Friday night.
Police are searching for three people after another possible arson at the old Glamis Hospital last night.
Dunedin has been named the most beautiful city in New Zealand.
Three South Dunedin streets will be used as part of a trial of new street lights next month.
A long-running campaign to slow traffic along Port Chalmers’ main street may be coming to an end.
The next link in the multi million-dollar Otago Peninsula cycling and walking connection project is about to get under way.
A large generator at the intersection of St Andrew and George St is supplying power to parts of central Dunedin while maintenance work is carried out on an underground substation.
A change is being made at a Dunedin intersection which has been the site of several car crashes in recent years.
Residents can now have their say on the proposed shake-up of speed limits on some Dunedin streets.
Seeing his portrait for the first time is Prof Peter Crampton, during a celebration of his contributions to the Otago Medical School and the division of health sciences at the University of Otago.
Two groups closely associated with animals took top honours at the Trustpower Community Awards in Dunedin last night.
Emergency services are still trying to clear a road near Albert Town after a crash between a car and van this afternoon.
New changes to the world's steepest street are being considered after earlier proposals aiming to make the street safer were rejected by residents.