Two more homes in St Clair are now considered dangerous after damage from a landslip was found to have spread to another property.
A driver was injured when their vehicle hit a tree in Southland this evening.
The owner of a demolition yard at the centre of an investigation into missing authentic materials from Dunedin's Chinese Garden says he has done nothing wrong and has nothing to hide.
It might be time to get the mower out.
A Brighton couple who were the victims of a brazen theft say their faith in humanity has been restored.
Cracks in land around a St Clair property - which led to the evacuation of four houses last week - appear larger than first thought.
A man reported to be stuck on rocks with his dinghy near Moeraki in North Otago has been rescued without incident this afternoon.
A controlled burn-off on the Taieri has spread to a nearby hedge.
Tradies are again being told to remain vigilant and lock up their tools after another targeted theft in Dunedin at the weekend.
A young Dunedin couple have spent the past two years transforming an eye-catching empty building into a brewery.
Unveiling one of the new "smart" rubbish bins in Vogel St yesterday morning are (from left) Packaging Forum project manager Lyn Mayes, Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull and Richard Leckinger from the Be a...
Residents forced to evacuate their Dunedin homes on Thursday still do not know when they will be allowed to return.
Dunedin residents will continue to be vulnerable during extreme weather until there is a better understanding of the city's flood risk, an independent audit has found.
The sudden disappearance of a row of young trees from a Dunedin street only a few months after they were planted has at least one resident perplexed.
South Dunedin's future could be determined by what scientists find 70m below the surface.
Residents in Carrol St have been left brassed off after a haul of valuable metal was stolen from their home in a day time burglary.
Dunedin's two councils must work together to achieve the city's pest management goals.
A cycle trail linking the Taieri to the rest of Dunedin through a former rail tunnel is a step closer.
A Dunedin animal lover says she will no longer release rescued birds into a North Dunedin park because it is too dangerous.
Freedom campers in Dunedin appear to be playing by the rules so far this season despite being slapped with more than 80 tickets in the past month.