The families of women killed in the Seacliff Mental Hospital fire are calling for a law change to allow them to access their relatives’ records.
A funding announcement for a drug that will help dozens of cystic fibrosis sufferers could pave the way for future boosts, a Dunedin campaigner says.
They clamber down banks, buildings and cliffs to rescue people from hard-to-get-to places. But few people know about the Dunedin fire lines rescue crew. Daisy Hudson headed along to a training...
The father of a girl who lost both of her hands in a bus crash near Queenstown has been able to get to her Christchurch Hospital bedside, thanks to a pair of flight businesses.
Visitors to Dunedin’s Railway Station will be able to see artists working on their masterpieces this summer.
Police are speaking to four teens who fled the scene of a crash on State Highway 1, north of Dunedin, this morning.
Engineers were suspended from a towering crane in a steel basket as they inspected a historic central Dunedin building yesterday.
Dunedin people are being evicted from their rentals and struggling to keep a roof over their head, as a new report reveals the city’s houses are more unaffordable than the capital's.
A kitchen fire in the Dunedin suburb of Corstorphine today was caused by cooking that had been left unattended.
An engineer has inspected the Allied Press building in central Dunedin after a large piece of masonry fell onto the footpath overnight.
Croquet, skipping ropes and competitive biscuit dunking were the order of the day at a high tea with a Victorian twist in Dunedin yesterday.
The number of prisoners locked up in Otago is dropping, as the minister responsible says a potential crisis has been averted.
Lilly Freeman isn’t quite sure how old she is. Depending on how you look at it, she will either be turning 1 or 4 next month.