The thunder of helicopter blades will be heard above the Octagon this weekend as work on the Dunedin Public Art Gallery roof kicks in to high gear.
Night owls were rocking and rolling early yesterday after a small earthquake struck about 30km to the west of Dunedin.
Police are searching for a young person responsible for eight car thefts overnight, seven of which were Mazda Demios.
A Dunedin youth allegedly responsible for a stolen car spree has been apprehended by police.
Community groups had limited success at loosening the Dunedin City Council’s purse strings at annual plan deliberations.
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Deciding whether Dunedin gets its own destination playground is expected to move one step closer this week.
The big rise in flu cases could be just the start of a major outbreak in the South Island, a DHB medical officer of health says.
A grim milestone was reached in the South yesterday as the region registered its 50th Covid-19 death since the start of the pandemic.
The first big flu season in several years has hit at least one Dunedin secondary school which has recorded daily absences reaching into triple figures.
Several wards at Southland Hospital have been closed to visitors after multiple Covid-19 exposures on Sunday and yesterday.
Sand sculptors descended on Tomahawk Beach yesterday afternoon for a sandcastle building contest and beach cleanup to raise awareness of sustainable beach usage.
Residents of two Maitland St community housing blocks are all set for a cosy winter after the recent top to bottom refurbishment of the flats within.
Building consent delays and parking dissatisfaction headline a poor interim slate of service level monitoring results for the Dunedin City Council a report shows.
Families were the big winners as the resurrected Dunedin Model Train Show returned for a Mother’s Day weekend show at the Taieri Bowling Club.
Rugby fans will need the luck of the Irish to get a room in Dunedin for the All Blacks test match in July.
Access to a CT scanner is being hailed as a game-changer in the fight against a fungal infection in critically endangered kakapo.
After a pandemic-enforced absence, the Gypsy Fair has returned to Dunedin for its traditional Easter weekend visit.
It nearly did not happen, but a flurry of activity the day before yesterday, Good Friday, resulted in a Walk of the Cross returning to Mosgiel yesterday.
It was hard to tell what the children at the Dunedin Botanic Garden on Good Friday were most excited about — free chocolate or the chance to meet their heroes in the Highlanders.