Imperfect fruit and vegetables usually thrown away by food producers may have found a new market.
A structural engineer from Dunedin has been acknowledged for his efforts in strengthening and restoring heritage buildings.
A fire caused by a deep fryer this afternoon has left one person with serious injuries.
With the fire risk set to increase again today, crews at the scene of the weekend's blaze in the Lammerlaw ranges near Middlemarch will continue this morning to work on extinguishing the last...
A "well involved'' fire at a Halfway Bush house has been extinguished.
There were several bumps in the road when a group of vintage car owners decided to journey across the South Island to re-create a historic car trip.
About three-quarters of Dunedin's main water supply could be out of action for up to a year after a massive blaze engulfed an area near Middlemarch at the weekend.
Two buildings, including the University of Otago's main library, had to be evacuated after an 'item of interest' was found this morning.
Five people have been injured after a car collided with a van in North Dunedin.
A Dunedin-based Scottish baker is turning his hand to crime fighting in the city he loves.
A young Dunedin woman returned from a holiday in Auckland over the long weekend to an unpleasant surprise.
Ian Johnstone's childhood was worlds apart from those of children today, he says, being largely occupied with collecting stamps instead of spending time on "anything with a screen".
A Dunedin man has made the switch from arranging pipes to arranging plates after winning a cooking competition.
One person was injured after a fire burned through the ceiling of a home in Saddle Hill near Dunedin last night.
Three holes have appeared in a Fairfield reserve above the remains of an old coalmine.
Police have recovered a young disabled Dunedin boy's e-bike and returned it to his family.
It has been 14 days since Alan Funnell and Louisa Andrew lost their dogs, but they are not willing to give up, sacrificing sleep, food and work, to search for their beloved pets.
Breaking down barriers between people who have histories of offending and possible employers was the goal at this year's Otago Correctional Facility Careers Expo.
Mamma Mia! is returning to the Dunedin stage, but this time it will be bigger and interactive.
Getting into the Halloween spirit has become an annual affair for the Knopp family.