A bolt of lightning couldn't stop Mosgiel's Pauline Latta from taking her push to have St John fully funded to the steps of Parliament.
A man who suffered horrific sexual abuse at two Dunedin schools says an independent body should be established to investigate church abuse cases.
A Dunedin woman is devastated after watching her beloved pet of 15 years being mauled to death in front of her.
The entire Otago region is now in a restricted fire season, as firefighters respond to increasing numbers of out-of-control blazes.
Two people caught speeding at more than 150kmh, while under the influence of alcohol, have been blasted as "bloody idiots".
Two people caught speeding at more than 150kmh while under the influence of alcohol have been blasted as "bloody idiots".
After some internal conflict, Te Whare Pounamu Dunedin Women’s Refuge has emerged with positivity, and accountability, in spades. Daisy Hudson talks to the...
A potential extension of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care could draw out an already painful process for victims, a Dunedin survivor says.
More than a year after a review into Dunedin’s historic fire station was announced, a decision is yet to be made about its future.
Pupils of Mosgiel’s Elmgrove School were having a wheely good time on their new bike and scooter track yesterday.
Common sense over the future of George St will not prevail until a new council is elected, a business group says.
Kavanagh College’s name should be changed, regardless of the outcome of an investigation into its namesake, a Dunedin lawyer says.
Nearly 30 new roles will be established across the South as part of a nationwide Fire and Emergency New Zealand restructure.
Strong wind gusts toppled a sidelifter, used for hoisting containers, and tipped over a caravan during a hot and blustery day in the South.
An independent investigation is under way into the handling of sexual abuse complaints by a former Roman Catholic bishop of Dunedin.