Enjoying the pristine new ice surface at the Dunedin Ice Stadium’s reopening party on Saturday are (from left) Regan Wilson, Will Calvert (7), Mat Enright, son Beau Enright (4), Benji...
A man suffered serious injuries in a carting accident at Cardrona on Saturday, one of two people injured at the ski area that day.
About 150 runners and walkers raised between $4000 and $5000 towards Mosgiel’s much-anticipated new pool at the Run the Runway at Dunedin Airport yesterday.
Southern police are stepping operations up a gear to ensure thousands of tourists converging on the region over Chinese New Year are up to speed with the road rules.
A tramper with moderate injuries has been airlifted from Mt Aspiring National Park.
A man has suffered serious injuries in a carting accident at Cardrona, one of two people hurt at the ski area on Saturday.
More than half of inmates at the Otago Corrections Facility are double bunked, new figures reveal.
A thief targeting gardening gear and gnomes is at large in Mosgiel.
A man wielding a sawn-off shotgun in Corstorphine, a high-speed pursuit in Kaikorai Valley and a steady stream of domestic violence kept Dunedin police busy on Thursday night.
A firefighter has praised the quick-thinking actions of a Summerland truck driver who was able to safely pull over as his trailers were being engulfed in flames north of Oamaru.
A Corstorphine woman says she was woken from a deep sleep about 4am to the sounds of an officer announcing the AOS had arrived and demanding the residents of the neighbouring home come out with their hands up.
A thief targeting garden gear and gnomes is at large in Mosgiel.
A year ago a massive fire tore through a Dunedin industrial area, threatening to engulf hundreds of homes. George Block spoke to a business owner who remains in limbo, a firefighter and a Concord woman who nearly lost it all.
A Dunedin man has shared for the first time the story of the heroic actions of a group of car wreckers who saved the former Burnside freezing works from going up in flames one year ago today.
A Dunedin man who allegedly vandalised a tooth sculpture has been charged with wilful damage.
An elderly driver and her dog escaped injury when she lost control of her car which came to rest on another vehicle in Mosgiel yesterday morning.
Police have once more descended on a Dunedin beach after a report of a naked man performing a lewd act.
A house fire that crews initially struggled to douse as it was engulfed by flames in North Otago this morning is now out.
A Dunedin arms control advocate is calling for a gun amnesty, as new figures reveal the South has among the highest rates of military-style semi-automatic weapon ownership in the country.
Wild weather in the South last year resulted in dozens of claims flooding in to the Earthquake Commission (EQC).