A Dunedin bar owner already in trouble for overcrowding has had an application to open another bar opposed by police because they say he is not fit to hold an alcohol licence.
A trio of young children found wandering barefoot around South Dunedin early yesterday may have been involved in a similar incident five days earlier.
An idea of what is causing a landslip in St Clair is becoming clearer but it is still not known when residents evacuated for almost eight weeks will be allowed to return home.
Motorists are being asked to avoid Mosgiel's main street during peak commuting times at the moment because a major road works project is causing significant delays.
No-one was injured in a collision between a car and a Lime e-scooter in Dunedin this morning.
Police caught three men in a North Dunedin property with a recycling bin full of frozen food and a television early this morning.
A man who stole a female swimmer's clothes from a Dunedin beach while she was swimming this morning has evaded police.
Three young children were found wandering barefoot and alone around Dunedin early this morning.
Dunedin police say they are already seeing the effects of earlier closing times for the city's bars.
A Dunedin horticulturist is one of just six garden professionals from around the world chosen to take part in a year-long residency at a distinguished public garden in the United States.
Seven suburban bars are appealing new closing times imposed on them as part of Dunedin's new city wide alcohol policy.
Police are still working to determine the cause of a four-vehicle crash near Allanton at the weekend.
A motorcyclist has been flown to Dunedin Hospital after he came off his bike travelling on SH87 between Hyde and Middlemarch.
For five weeks Lyn Waugh slept on a stretcher at the end of her 95-year-old mother’s bed just in case she needed help during middle of the night.
While some parts Otago and Southland didn’t reach the record temperatures elsewhere across NZ this week, there would've been some tired eyes yesterday morning after freakishly warm night.
After nearly 15 years at the helm of the Otago Polytechnic chief executive Phil Ker will be retiring at the end of the year.
Reasonable requests from Dunedin's smaller communities highlight the problem of the present local government funding model, Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says.
Contractors working for the Dunedin City Council may have to pay their staff a living wage if the council becomes an official living wage employer.
Dunedin's public transport could be in for a shake-up as the city council explores introducing an inner-city bus loop and pushes to make bus fares cheaper.
An extra rate charge is likely to affect some of Dunedin's short-term accommodation providers from next year, but exactly how it will work still needs some tweaking.