A perfect storm of transport projects has left Dunedin awash with road cones this week.
A young woman has sustained moderate injuries after being knocked off her bike in North Dunedin this morning.
Dunedin's deepening housing crisis and the impact of methamphetamine have contributed to record demand for the city's Women's Refuge.
A Mosgiel woman on holiday in Bali has described the terrifying moment a deadly magnitude 6.9 earthquake struck the neighbouring island of Lombok.
Dunedin police are still searching for a man who attempted to rob the Pine Hill Dairy last week.
A Dunedin man on holiday with his young family in Bali has described the moment a deadly 7.0 quake struck the neighbouring island of Lombok.
The woman working in a Dunedin dairy during an attempted robbery on Thursday has described the fearful minute she spent facing down a masked man as he brandished a weapon.
Take a walk through the centre of a town or city in the South, and there is a fair chance your movements are being screened live to police.
Laurie Sandoe installs a planter box he donated to an elderly woman whose cherished pot plants were stolen earlier this week, as Senior Sergeant Trevor Thomson provides a steady hand.
Gangs are on the rise in Dunedin and Invercargill, police say.
Three people have been injured after three vehicles collided in South Dunedin this morning.
An elderly woman crashed her car down a bank in Port Chalmers yesterday and had to be freed by firefighters.
A car crash in Kaikorai Valley Rd yesterday afternoon left a power pole lying across the northbound lane and knocked an electricity distribution box out of the ground.
Firefighters across Otago were kept busy early yesterday by a spate of fires.
Dunedin mums say the city's breastfeeding facilities are inadequate and run-down.
Emergency services are attending a crash in Kaikorai Valley Rd where a motorist crashed their car into a lamp-post and power distribution box.
An elderly woman crashed her car down a bank in Port Chalmers today and had to be freed from the vehicle by firefighters.
Pot plants have been reported missing from a St Kilda house in suspicious circumstances.
Crime reports in Otago are at their lowest level in four years, as statistics show Southern district police have returned the best resolution rate in the country this year.
A run of rural burglaries have kept Southern police busy over the past week.