Dunedin continues to be an attractive destination for conference buyers.
Southland is hoping to take a bigger slice of the multimillion-dollar conference industry.
A Dunedin man whose face was damaged during a road rage incident says the police investigation is leaving him frustrated.
The fate of the Maori Hill Presbyterian Church remains uncertain.
The southern conference sector is putting its best foot forward this week as it vies for a piece of the multimillion-dollar conference industry.
An offer of a ''world-class'' consultation process has been made by the chief executive of the Australian company behind a controversial mining proposal near Middlemarch.
Dunedin is missing out on a range of cultural and arts experiences because it lacks a focal point since the closure of the Fortune Theatre last year, a new report says.
Kevin and Hong Juan Lee are not quite sure what they will do to keep themselves busy now.
The Southland mother who gave birth to her son on the side of the road yesterday morning says the situation could have been much worse.
A baby was born on the side of a Southland road this morning because of a lack maternity services in Lumsden, the local MP says.
More than a billion dollars of the Government’s sometimes controversial Provincial Growth Fund has been allocated, but only a small fraction has gone towards projects specific to Otago and Southland.
New information about the condition of one of Dunedin's most prominent churches may save it from demolition.
Dunedin's busiest footpaths may soon have speed limits for e-scooters but any enforcement will come down to the riders themselves or members of the public.
Pedestrians may soon be able to enjoy a car-free stroll in front of one of Dunedin's most well-known landmarks.
Riders of Lime and other e-scooters could be hit with a new voluntary speed limit on some of Dunedin's busiest streets under a new DCC proposal.
Four Dunedin taxi drivers owned nearly $100,000 in unpaid wages still do not know when they will see any of the money, despite their former bosses being found personally liable for leaving them out of pocket.
Deep beneath a South Dunedin sports field, scientists hope to find the answers to the area's geological history and discover clues to its future.
A co-founder of the Australian company behind the controversial mining proposal near Middlemarch says scientists will still be allowed to access the internationally significant fossil site.
Historical records which date back more than a century covering the history of a small Otago town have been lost by the national auditor.
A last-ditch effort is being made to save a historic Dunedin church.