Dunedin's love affair with man's best friend continues to grow.
Planning is under way as Mosgiel's long-awaited new pool moves another a step closer.
A Dunedin couple were among the thousands of tourists caught up in the confusion and panic as they waited to be evacuated from a small island near the coast of Lombok.
Dunedin retailers still want the choice to open their doors on Easter Sunday.
A critic of the way the Dunedin City Council has handled the former Sims Engineering building in Port Chalmers says more needs to done to protect the historic building while a use is found.
Power has been restored to Mosgiel consumers, after some were affected by an outage this afternoon as Aurora repaired a fault.
The Otago Museum's newest exhibition has been 150 years in the making.
Support for Easter trading in Dunedin seems to be slipping.
The Dunedin City Council is investigating the possible theft of items from the Dunedin Chinese Garden.
Dunedin student Sam van der Weerden thought the city’s bus map was hard to decipher — so he decided to design his own.
In an effort to combat Dunedin’s cold, damp and draughty homes, the city council is giving out free advice.
Public support for a new pool in Mosgiel continues to flow in.
Dunedin is the darling of the property market in New Zealand, leading the country in increases in value and the speed of sales. But can the buzz continue?
An Otago landlord who spent more than $20,000 decontaminating his property after it tested positive for methamphetamine says the Govt should compensate those caught up the contamination hysteria.
Dunedin police are investigating an incident in St Clair in which three men - one of them holding a metal bar - were seen threatening residents of a house.
Retaining the century-old Sims Engineering building in Port Chalmers is likely to be extensive and costly, a report has found.
A woman who had a firearm pointed at her and her 2-year-old son during an AOS callout in Oamaru is demanding an apology after, she says, a drill was mistaken for a gun.
New exhibitions at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum in Dunedin are on hold for at least a year so staff can focus on processing a backlog of items in its collection.
Brighton Rd has reopened today, putting an end to a long delay for motorists.
A police officer and a St John ambulance paramedic remove a bicycle from the road after a collision between a cyclist and car on Main South Rd, Green Island, yesterday.