Embattled Strath Taieri Community Board member Bevan Dowling has resigned after a turbulent week involving a failed vote of no confidence and calls for him to step down.
The Strath Taieri Community Board is remaining steadfast in its silence and its support for disgraced member Bevan Dowling, despite growing calls for him to quit.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has called on disgraced Strath Taieri Community Board member Bevan Dowling to fall on his sword.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal crash near Timaru in which a 7-year-old Dunedin girl was critically injured.
Mornington florist Netta Truell says the outpouring of support from the community since her business was burgled last week has restored her faith in humanity.
The storm which battered eastern Otago and Canterbury earlier this year has cost insurers more than $20 million.
Contractors left a box-cutter blade in the cells of the Dunedin Central Police Station, it has been revealed.
Otago Property Investors Association president Cliff Seque says the Tenancy Tribunal’s decision to refund $10,000 to a Dunedin renter has potentially opened a can of worms for other landlords.
Seventy-five skiers had to be evacuated from a chairlift on Ohau Snow Fields after an inexperienced skier dismounted the lift awkwardly, damaging it and causing it to shut down.
A small business owner is devastated after a burglar smashed into the store and took off with its till and cash.
A Dunedin landlord says he feels robbed after being ordered to refund more than $10,000 rent to a former tenant because of a legal technicality.
Dunedin police are hunting a man who allegedly carried out brazen indecent assaults on three teenagers in Caversham’s main street.
The Police Association has condemned the behaviour of two people accused of assaulting two Dunedin police officers.
A policeman's body armour protected him from serious injury when he was assaulted with a wooden table leg in Dunedin last night.
A Dunedin police checkpoint aimed at educating parents and caregivers about the dangers of incorrectly fitted child restraints found 90% of the vehicles tested had faults.
Convicted killer Colin Bouwer will find out within a week whether his latest bid for freedom has been successful.
The storm which battered eastern Otago last month has already cost more than $5 million, but that is set to balloon when insurance figures are released next week.