It's been a bumpy ride for Dunedin and Queenstown Orbus bus drivers.
After over 40 years, Murray James Hill watched his last greyhound run in the last race at Forbury Park.
A newly formed team at the Otago Regional Council will take a more integrated and holistic approach to addressing environmental issues in both urban and rural catchments.
Aviation companies are prepared to fight for their livelihood, even if it means taking legal action against a proposed plan to remove the Milford airstrip.
The success of a movie filmed across Otago will help reaffirm on a global scale the "fantastic" location, crew and skills the region’s film industry has to offer.
More than half of Otago and Southland people believe the internet is more dangerous than it was five years ago, a new online safety study shows.
Firefighters have extinguished a fire that began in the kitchen of a Dunedin home.
Police have released the name of the man who died in a crash in Mosgiel on Friday.
For the next five weeks, Pennie Hunt will sit where New Zealand’s first professional playwright once sat, working on her own debut feature screenplay.
Releasing wild cats back on to rural properties to manage pests in Queenstown has been called a ‘‘disaster’’ by Predator Free New Zealand.
Bruce Mahalski hopes to inspire people to look at something they did not think was beautiful, and realise that it is.
A $4million project to make the highway between Herbert and Hampden safer is set to begin this year.
The company that dumped construction material in the Clutha River following incorrect advice from the regional council has declined to say whether it will appeal its infringement notices.
A revelation a construction company was told by an Otago Regional Council staff member it could dump material into the Clutha River has been labelled "extraordinarily embarrassing" by a councillor.
The company responsible for dumping construction material into the Clutha River near Balclutha has been fined.
Receiving a more than $34,000 grant is recognition that the Pacific community is supported by the city council and Dunedin public, a Moana Nui Festival co-ordinator says.
Don't be surprised if someone sheds their clothes and changes into an all red outfit in Dunedin today.
Four people have been arrested in Milton following a series of events across Dunedin and Mosgiel which left one person seriously injured this morning.
Another transtasman travel suspension is ‘‘disheartening’’ for Queenstown business owners who have already faced mass cancellations.
A $4.5 million mental wellbeing support fund is now available to people in five of the South Island communities most affected by Covid-19.