The 150th anniversary of Flag Swamp School was an afternoon of reconnecting and reminiscing for a group of ex-pupils and families.
Two people have been injured after a two vehicle collision in Invercargill this evening.
Excavations at a former Cadbury chocolate factory car park have uncovered something interesting.
A car was set alight in a suspicious arson in the Dunedin suburb of Brockville late last night.
Police are warning shop owners to ensure their money is safely hidden after a Green Island cafe was burgled early this morning.
Road deaths in the coastal Otago area have tripled compared with last year, and the prevention message does not seem to be getting through, the officer in charge of road policing in the area says.
The Dunedin City Council is hoping to get up to 300 of its staff back in the saddle in a proposal to give workers pay advances to buy e-bikes.
Emergency services were called to the Dunedin suburb of Concord yesterday (pictured) after a verbal argument became violent.
Police are warning people to keep their cars parked off the street and to consider the use of steering locks after two Mazda vehicles were broken into.
Students were advised to double check the security of their homes after a series of PlayStation thefts in the past month.
Two Otago golf courses have been targeted by thieves over the past week.
A strong sense of community spirit has led to the makeover of a tunnel in Green Island.
One person has been taken to Dunedin Hospital with moderate injuries after a car rolled in Green Island this morning.
Three Dunedin pupils have been rewarded for their efforts in acting and costume design with a trip to the Globe Theatre in London next July.
Dunedin Hospital anaesthetist Andrew Smith demonstrates the process of anaesthesia on a mannequin.
A team researching the issue of lack of physical activity in New Zealand has been named University of Otago's top research group for 2019.
Two Dunedin women were winners at the Hospitality NZ Rising Star Awards, held in Napier last night.
Police are warning people to keep their cars locked and hide any valuables after recent thefts from Dunedin car parks.
Tahuna Normal Intermediate School pupils are taking checking their eyesight into their own hands.
Police are warning people to keep their cars locked and hide any valuables after a number of thefts from Dunedin car parks.