A crime spree allegedly involving two Invercargill teens came to an abrupt end outside the Dunedin Central Police Station.
For the past 21 years, Douglas Clark has been ready to jet off at a moment's notice to assist with the aftermath of the world's worst disasters.
Police are searching for a woman who crashed a ute into a power pole in Concord this morning before driving from the scene.
Otago Peninsula school pupils who catch the bus are facing a two-hour total daily commute after the Otago Regional Council refused to make minor changes to bus routes and scheduling to suit school...
A theft of about $5000 worth of property from a Stafford St storage unit was one of three burglaries reported in Dunedin overnight.
Police are investigating after a member of the public reported a naked man on St Clair beach last night.
Parishioners from various Dunedin churches march down North Rd bearing a cross on Good Friday yesterday.
The days of the steep staircase, draughty atrium and slippery tiled floor are history with the opening of the University of Otago's redeveloped business school building.
A man has been seriously hurt after being hit by a car on Dundas St in Dunedin late last night, emergency services say.
Dunedin's stellar Sheeran weekend continues, with police happy a "very well behaved" crowd attended the second show.
Kiringaua Cassidy was "still buzzing" the morning after being part of a kapa haka group that welcomed Ed Sheeran to Otago at the singer’s first Dunedin concert.
A woman has complained to the police watchdog over what she claims was an inadequate response after she was allegedly assaulted in a Dunedin nightclub bathroom.
Two English tourists were spoken to and moved on by police after allegedly breaching council bylaws by selling Ed Sheeran merchandise to concertgoers outside the Dunedin Railway Station on Saturday evening.
A witness has praised the rapid response of bystanders after a man was hit by a car and seriously injured in Dundas St late on Saturday.
As residents and visitors soaked up the sun in the Octagon in Dunedin before last night’s final Ed Sheeran concert, some business owners were calling for the area to be permanently pedestrianised.
A Dunedin artist who usually specialises in large sculptures, recently turned her hand to creating a smaller piece, and won a national award for her efforts.