Nearly two-thirds of Dunedin residents think public consultation is lacking at the Dunedin City Council, the latest Dunedin Residents’ Opinion Survey says.
A male sea lion was unlucky in love when he mistook tyre tracks for those of a female sea lion and ended up on a busy Dunedin road.
McMillian Drilling senior driller Brian McMahon carries a sample extracted from the site of the Dowling St car park, where the new Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) building will be constructed.
It is hoped a 3.8m-tall piece of public art will be installed in the Octagon by the end of May.
A Dunedin artist has painted portraits of influential women on Russian nesting dolls, soon to be auctioned for charity.
A student sleuth used an app to track his stolen phone and knocked on the alleged thief's door, prompting a police warning about people taking matters into their own hands.
While a 25-year-old man was being processed by police for alleged drink-driving, his drunk partner got behind the wheel and drove their car away with two toddlers inside.
A diver in the middle of an underwater expedition in Otago Harbour was unaware of a search and rescue operation to locate him.
While a 25-year-old man was being processed by police for alleged drink driving, his drunk partner got behind the wheel and drove their car away with two toddlers inside.
A 20-year-old Dunedin man used an app to track his stolen phone and knocked on the alleged thief's door, prompting a police warning about people taking matters into their own hands.
A woman living in one of Dunedin’s wealthiest suburbs is receiving backlash from nearby residents over a decision not to mow the grass verge in front of her home.
Emergency services were called to the Taieri Aerodrome after a plane flipped this afternoon.
A leading urban designer who helped reinvigorate Dunedin’s warehouse precinct is returning to revitalise the centre of the city he loves.
A marketing campaign labelling Dunedin as "A Pretty Good Plan D" for visitors has indeed proved pretty good, some local businesses say.
In a year dominated by Covid-19, Dunedin City councillor Lee Vandervis kept himself active.
We continue with part four of the Otago Daily Times’ five part series to name the South’s 20 most inspiring people.
Cheers of triumph and cries of defeat could be heard at the Wingatui racecourse on Saturday.
Retailers and customers alike were pleasantly surprised as Boxing Day sales in Dunedin surpassed their respective expectations.
A water main appears to have burst in Dunedin this morning, causing flooding which slowed traffic for a time.
It was not the Christmas Day they were expecting. However, for Julia Einberger and Daniel Grant, it was the perfect gift.