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.
The search for toxic firefighting foam has spread south.
When Reina Booth and Audrey Duncan first teed off at Chisholm Links, Keith Holyoake was prime minister and Hey Jude was the year's biggest hit single.
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Cigarettes were stolen from a North Dunedin liquor store in an early morning ram raid, police say.
A pedestrian was hit by a bus' wing mirror on Albany St, North Dunedin, this afternoon.
Outgoing Presbyterian Support Otago chief executive Gillian Bremner was thanked yesterday at an event marking almost a quarter century at the helm of the organisation.
An Otago Peninsula home depicted in a classic New Zealand painting narrowly escaped destruction yesterday after a fire started in its ceiling space.
A scrub fire beside railway tracks closed the Main South Line for over an hour this afternoon.
A rescue helicopter and ambulance are attending after a campervan and bus collided on Milford Rd near Te Anau this afternoon.
Police are looking into concerns over the lack of availability of officers at Mosgiel Police Station.
St Patrick's Day, a southern rugby derby at Forsyth Barr Stadium and warm weather created a perfect storm of public disorder in Dunedin at the weekend.
Another Dunedin motorist has captured footage of shocking driving on city's streets, this time featuring a flying bag of rubbish and a foul-mouthed tirade.
Police are investigating after a driver crashed into a parked car and fled the scene in the early hours of Saturday morning.
A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital after a crash in North Dunedin this afternoon.
Police are searching for a man who was seen allegedly performing an indecent act on the main street of Port Chalmers yesterday.
The driver of a vehicle is in hospital after sustaining serious injuries in a crash in rural Southland early this morning.
When Middlemarch beekeeper Blair Dale saw parts from a Dunedin train restoration group's latest project lying in a paddock in the backblocks near Sutton, he had an idea.
A motorist has surrendered his driver's licence to police after his car was filmed repeatedly crossing the centre line on Warrender St on Sunday.
A Dunedin truck driver says he faced a choice between ploughing into oncoming traffic or driving into trees on Portobello Rd last week.