Police have slammed the "idiotic" behaviour of a man who admitted shining a laser at a rescue helicopter transporting a "seriously sick" patient over South Dunedin early today.
After almost 25 years of delighting Southerners with annual lantern shows, Dunedin’s Midwinter Carnival event is facing a crisis.
Hospitality businesses remain worried ahead of tomorrow’s Orange dawn, as one Dunedin cafe worker fears "all hell will break loose".
Life-saving new flight routes are in the works to enable "otherwise impossible" missions for the Otago regional rescue helicopter service, thanks to funding from the Otago Service Clubs Medical Trust.
Southern business owners remain mired in frustration and confusion about how the new orange traffic light setting will work in practice.
An orca sighting is an amazing, but not unheard of, experience for ferry service operator Rachel McGregor after 18 years working on Otago Harbour.
The arrival of a new monowheel at the Dunedin Central Fire Station is set to make rescue operations easier, safer, faster and probably more comfortable.
A man was taken to hospital after an alleged assault during an aggravated burglary in Bluff on Friday.
After losing a wallet on a Christchurch beach 32 years ago, Dunedin man Nathan Jaquiery had, understandably, lost all hope of ever finding it.
Firefighters will no longer be forced to siphon water from the school pool, thanks to a new dedicated water tank the Dunedin City Council has approved for Waitati.
Mrs Scoby Lunchbox - aka the Blacks Rd Ripper - has been reunited with the Dunedin woman who hand-reared her.
The family of a man who died following a suspected suicide attempt in prison say they were shocked to read a prison official said she was ‘‘proud’’ of the actions of her staff.
Despite disappointment about the upcoming closure of a gym for breast cancer patients and survivors, the founder of the gym is thrilled the Dunedin community is stepping up to help find a possible...
The Dunedin Central Police Station may become a policing hub after an official partnership agreement was signed between Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu and police.
An early morning chase involving the Dunedin dog squad and road spikes ended after a man, who had been seen driving erratically, drove to the Central Police Station and handed himself in.
A late-night chase involving the Dunedin dog squad and road spikes ended with a man abandoning his car outside the central police station and handing himself in.
A small fire at a property in the Dunedin suburb of Calton Hill this afternoon has been classed as suspicious.