The Dunedin City Council needs to put up some cash to investigate how to improve the city’s noise control rules, an advocacy group says.
The sudden death of a Dunedin murderer behind bars has sparked a "life-saver" change to national court processes, the Otago Daily Times can reveal.
Shoppers have flooded back to Countdown Dunedin Central following this week's violent stabbing attack. The store will have reduced hours over the next few days and security guards will be on site.
One person has been taken to Dunedin Hospital with moderate injuries after a crash in the suburb of Mornington.
A police manhunt spanning from the West Coast through to Central and coastal Otago resulted in the arrest of a 59-year-old man in Cromwell yesterday.
Dunedin Hospital’s emergency department was already brimming with people when staff got the call that a major trauma incident was unfolding just blocks away.
A supermarket manager who was stabbed four times after confronting a knife-wielding attacker has been hailed as a hero by his mate.
Police have made an arrest after a manhunt in Cromwell which was linked to an earlier armed offenders squad callout in Waitati, near Dunedin.
A $90 million plan to turn Dunedin’s Hillside workshop into a world-class assembly plant has been revealed in a leaked government funding pitch.
When it comes to policing in the South, Shona Low is a trailblazer.
Otago Museum is evaluating a request for the return of Aboriginal artefacts to Australia, but there are no plans to return its Egyptian mummy.
The Government’s recommitment to Dunedin’s Hillside Workshops has been welcomed, and there are hopes further development will follow.
It is hoped the activation of security cameras will curb the violence and disorder that has plagued Dunedin’s bus hub.
Otago police took members of the public on unauthorised ride-alongs, an investigation has found.
More than 60 people were evacuated after a fire broke out in the roof of a University of Otago building yesterday.
Firefighters battled a blaze in the roof of a University of Otago building this morning.
Curating a festival during a global pandemic would be tough for anyone, but it is a challenge Hannah Molloy has embraced.
Walter Dalziel has had to learn how to live with pain.
Emergency services are responding after a truck crashed into a power pole this evening.
That seven drunk drivers were caught at the weekend has disappointed Dunedin police.