Increasing levels of homelessness and poverty in the community have led to the opening of a new day shelter in South Dunedin.
A Dunedin pizza restaurant is being bombarded with "fake reviews" and negative comments after turning away an Auckland couple over Covid fears.
A woman with an injured leg needed to be rescued from rocks at Aramoana overnight.
A car was abandoned after rolling and ending up on its roof on the Otago Peninsula early today.
A Balclutha rest home was evacuated in the early hours of this morning after a small electrical fire.
Three teenagers have been arrested following a spree of car thefts in Dunedin.
No action will be taken against a Dunedin bar after confusion over Level 2 gathering rules.
A preferred candidate for the Dunedin City Council’s top job has been selected.
A South Dunedin building damaged by fire is safe, despite a large piece of roof narrowly missing a pedestrian after it came loose in high winds, the Dunedin City Council says.
Allegations of dirty politics and smear campaigns have seeped into the Taieri electorate race.
The squeeze is set to go on Dunedin’s social agencies as they brace for a major increase in demand for support.
Wild winds are keeping emergency services busy about the south this afternoon.
National has committed to opening a birthing unit in Wanaka and reopening the Lumsden birthing unit if elected next month.
A man spotted playing with a knife outside Dunedin's courthouse was arrested yesterday.
Methamphetamine, cannabis and cash were netted in police raids around Mosgiel yesterday.
A lack of new support for tertiary students in Labour’s $600million education policy has been criticised as "incredibly disappointing" by the Otago University Students’ Association (OUSA).
You could be forgiven for thinking you were going dotty.
The car believed to have been involved in ripping up sports fields at the Oval, in Dunedin, was found with a cricket net wrapped around its chassis and stolen beer kegs in the back.
There is confusion over whether a Dunedin bar breached Covid-19 restrictions during a 21st party.
A $140million transport package will help to "unlock the potential" of the South, National says.