Timothy Brown speaks to a former inmate who has found new meaning in life thanks to a new Department of Corrections pilot programme designed to find work for offenders
In a warm and wet month around the country, Dunedin broke the mould as the coldest and driest city in New Zealand.
The students involved in sadistic flat initiation rituals in North Dunedin last week may face "life-changing consequences".
A motorist was seriously injured after his four-wheel-drive vehicle and an empty petrol tanker collided north of Dunedin yesterday.
Dunedin's emergency services teamed up with some of Otago's top Special Olympics athletes yesterday to usher the games' Flame of Hope through the city's centre.
A former Las Vegas resident who now calls Dunedin home says the violence and mindset towards firearms in the city made the tragedy inevitable.
A group of Dunedin men witnessed the horror and panic which unfolded following the deadliest shooting in modern US history.
Authorities are keeping silent about an alleged assault at the Otago Corrections Facility which led to a Corrections officer being stood down.
Students may face expulsion after Campus Watch staff were called to a North Dunedin party where it appears "sadistic" flat initiation rituals were taking place, the University of Otago’s proctor says.
A woman suffered moderate head and back injuries after a workplace accident in Dunedin’s industrial area yesterday.
A corrections officer has been stood down as police investigate an incident at Otago Corrections Facility earlier this month.
Disgraced former Strath Taieri Community Board member Bevan Dowling has fired some parting shots at his detractors.
A historic miner's hut near Macraes was close to disrepair, but the Department of Conservation said sod that.
A 42-year-old man had more than one reason to not want to speak to police when blue and red lights appeared behind him yesterday morning.
There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the house fire in Brockville that is believed to have killed a Dunedin man, police say.