A burning car was found in a gravel pit near Winton last night.
High rents in Dunedin must be a topic of discussion as the city heads into a local body election year, the Otago University Students’ Association (OUSA) says.
Fire and Emergency New Zealand staff attend an incident in which the driver of a camper van was briefly trapped inside it after it rolled on State Highway 1 near Waitati yesterday.
The 26-year-old woman injured after she collided with a truck while riding a Lime e-scooter last week remains in a serious condition in Dunedin Hospital.
The finals of the annual Robbie Rocks competition, organised by the Toitu Otago Settlers’ Museum, were held in Dunedin’s Octagon yesterday.
The secret to a good marriage is knowing when to say no, knowing when to say yes — and trying never to confuse the two.
Three Lime e-scooters were spotted outside a house in Balclutha today, about 80km south of Dunedin - prompting a concerned member of the public to ring the police this morning.
A grass fire in the Alexandra area has been extinguished with forestry hoses, after spreading across 1500 square metres of land.
Reporter Elena McPhee and photographer Christine O’Connor were given a tour of Hayward College this week as extensive renovations continue.
The University of Otago will wait a year before appointing a new family law lecturer, following the departure of colourful academic Prof Mark Henaghan.
The city of Dunedin has recorded an average weekly rent of $400 or more for three months running, for the first time in 26 years — and those in the real estate field expect it to continue rising.
A woman hit by a car in South Dunedin this morning is now in a stable condition in Dunedin Hospital.
Police are urging people who park their cars in the Manor Pl area to come forward if they notice items like iPads, cameras, or spare change missing from their vehicles, after a man was arrested for breaking into at least two cars.
There's nothing like waiting for dawn to break over the runway at Dunedin International Airport - and organisers are hopeful Dunedin and New Zealand's second "Run the Runway" event will recapture the special atmosphere.
A death in an explosion on board a cruise ship in Port Chalmers was caused by a severely corroded nitrogen cylinder which should not have been in use.
A Brexit with no deal between Britain and the European Union would spell economic and political disaster for Britain - though it could mean New Zealand securing a better trade deal, a public law...
The University of Otago appears to be a trailblazer in the range of options it is offering students with diverse gender identities this year, including male, female, female-to-male transgender,...
In a win-win situation for both the council and a local nursery owner, baleage swept along by November's flood and strewn over a rural road for months is being turned into compost.
Dunedin's George St was partly blocked this afternoon after an SUV ploughed into three parked vehicles.
The person who put a Lime scooter on rail tracks in Dunedin was putting people in danger, KiwiRail says.