Wafaa Al Ashram says moving to Dunedin after escaping war-torn Syria is the best thing that has ever happened to her.
The Dunedin City Council has told a Tb eradication group to remove traps next to popular walking tracks after concern they put people and dogs at risk.
A downed line that sent a high-voltage current down an electric fence on a Port Chalmers property yesterday could have been deadly.
Plans for an ''extensive'' multimillion-dollar retirement village on the outskirts of Mosgiel have been hailed as a positive for the rapidly-growing area.
An empty Dunedin reserve has been taken over by dinosaurs, kittens and unicorns as part of an augmented reality game aimed at keeping the city's children active.
Half of Delta's executive leadership team has jumped ship as fallout from the pole scandal continues to rock the company.
A prankster is believed to be behind mysterious colour changes in Dunedin’s streams over the weekend.
A female jockey is dead after two horses collided during the Tapanui Racing Club meeting in Gore this afternoon.
Emergency services were called out following a crash at a major Dunedin intersection this afternoon.
A woman lost on a track near Wanaka used the last remaining battery life on her cellphone to call for help.
A departing Aurora Energy board member says pressure to pay for Forsyth Barr Stadium meant less was spent on network maintenance.
Foodstuffs has abandoned plans to build a $3 million to $3.5 million Raeward Fresh store at a South Dunedin site.
Dunedin's Syrian refugees have formed an organisation in the hopes of sharing their culture and giving back to the city that has given them a fresh start.
Questions remain over Grady Cameron’s future as chief executive of Aurora Energy as the fallout from a damning review continues.
A report on beleaguered Dunedin City Council-owned companies Delta and Aurora has called for a major shake-up to the way the companies are run.