A man who approached a teenage girl in Queenstown has been charged with threatening behaviour.
There are concerns a new street trading bylaw in Dunedin would have a "chilling" impact on busking and street performance in the city.
International acts are unlikely to perform in Dunedin before the end of next year, the company that manages Forsyth Barr Stadium is predicting.
The parents of a 19-year-old who died at a Dunedin flat party are not angry, but want to see change.
Nine months after the death of Sophia Crestani at a party it's hoped the launch of a charter in her memory will improve student safety and well-being in North Dunedin.
Retiring Green MP Gareth Hughes and his family have begun quarantine of a different kind, in Dunedin.
A Corstorphine home has been left uninhabitable after a fire tore through it yesterday, one of many Dunedin house fires in recent months.
Five fire crews fought a major blaze at a house in Corstorphine this morning.
Conditions are easing on southern roads after a short, sharp southwest change hit the region today, closing some state highways and prompting warnings.
While many Otago and Southland pupils return to school on Monday, some will continue their education at home.
Taieri Gorge Railway carriages were at the Dunedin Railway Station on Thursday but they were not there to pick up passengers.
Dunedin woman Annie Robinson is in managed isolation in an Auckland hotel after arriving from London on July 4. She tells Emma Perry what happens to returning Kiwis after they land.
Rival petitions for and against the pedestrianisation of a popular Port Chalmers coastal road are gaining momentum.
A meeting will be hosted by a group of Dunedin residents concerned about a potential new landfill site.
It remains unclear when a planned upgrade of the St Andrew St car park in Dunedin will begin.
A small piece of Dunedin’s literary history has been uncovered by a Dunedin man clearing out his garage.
The owners of Dunedin-based production house NHNZ are hoping to sell its Melville St building but remain in the premises.
A community stalwart working to keep Dunedin’s history alive has been recognised.
A car crashed into a horse and its rider today leaving one person with minor injuries and resulting in a vet having to put the horse down.
Work on a shared cycle-pedestrian path connecting Dunedin and Port Chalmers may cause interruptions for motorists over the coming weeks.