The Dunedin City Council supports banning single-use plastic shopping bags from next year but wants any ban to include biodegradable and compostable plastic bags too.
A wheelchair user fears for her safety if nothing is done to improve the kerbs at a busy South Dunedin intersection.
Dunedin residents still think they live in a pretty good city, but are no longer the most satisfied in the country.
A worker is in Dunedin Hospital after a fall at the Macraes gold mine this morning.
Some southern ratepayers pay the lowest residential rates in New Zealand.
Dunedin's claim to being home to the world’s steepest street is facing a fresh challenge — this time from the Welsh.
Police will review the findings of an investigation into how items from the Dunedin Chinese Garden were found in a second-hand store.
Fire crews have been able to contain a house fire in Lawrence this evening.
The search for a man missing after a boat sank in the Aparima River estuary near Riverton in Southland has been suspended for the night.
Two people have been freed from a car after head-on crash near Gore in Southland.
Even without a city-wide alcohol policy, Dunedin’s alcohol authorities are successfully pushing a blanket one-way door clause on the city’s bars and night clubs.
Almost $14,000 of taxpayers' money was spent determining if a boat was actually a house.
It is not known when under-fire Dunedin South MP Clare Curran will return to Parliament.
About 150 people were treated to an African drum performance by Robert Fugah at the conclusion of a citizenship ceremony in Dunedin yesterday.
Embattled Dunedin South MP Clare Curran is on personal leave after failing to front at Parliament to answer more questions about her use of a private email.
Mosgiel man Roy Nimmo says the killing of three of his two-week-old lambs is abhorrent and whoever is responsible should take a long hard look at themselves.
Contractors work on the demolition of an empty Dunedin City Council-owned building in Thomas Burns St on Monday.
Aurora Energy has spent millions of dollars replacing or repairing more than a thousand poles in the past year; but the company will not say how many more potentially dangerous poles there are...
University of Otago students have concerns over an inquiry into the controversial law camps, as the initial interviews only focused on alcohol consumption and sexualised behaviour.
Like many ratepayers, Grant Cross was fuming after finding a rates bill in his letterbox.