A prankster is believed to be behind mysterious colour changes in Dunedin’s streams over the weekend.
Three people were trapped after a two-car crash on Dunedin's Northern Motorway this afternoon.
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 decision to cut 16 jobs at Telford is "gutting" for the region, Clutha Mayor Bryan Cadogan says.
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.
Dunedin City Council-owned companies Delta and Aurora are in for a major shake-up.
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.
A rotting power pole in Mornington was one of many in Aurora’s network which have not been classified as dangerous, whistle-blower Richard Healey says.
Aurora Energy has been warned by the competition watchdog over using its market dominance to force farmers to use its sister company, Delta, as a contractor.
The Dunedin City Council has denied being soft on Aurora Energy over the risk to the public caused by rotting poles.
The scaling back of a wind turbine project north of Dunedin has not calmed opposition as one critic accuses its backers of dividing the community.
Central Otago District Council has turned up the heat on electricity company Aurora Energy over the risk posed by dangerous power poles.
Santa is not coming to Delta this year after chief executive Grady Cameron cancelled end-of-year functions, citing "challenging" times for the organisation.
The Dunedin City Council argued its case for alcohol restrictions after a supermarket planner claimed its policy was a ''knee-jerk'' response not based on evidence.
Aurora Energy chief executive Grady Cameron was told to keep his head up and ''not get too stressed'' as accusations mounted over rotten power poles.