Fire crews are working to put out a hedge fire in Mosgiel.
A man and a woman have been apprehended in Mosgiel after the area was flooded by police following a threat to shoot police.
Fire crews are in mop up mode after a three-hectare fire burned near Oamaru this morning.
An argument over garden boundaries in Dunedin yesterday ended in plants and garden equipment being thrown down a hill and a warning for assault.
Fire crews have managed to extinguish multiple blazes in the Outram area today.
The Otago Regional Council will seek approval from the Environment Minister to delay its regional policy statement.
A waddle of 501 penguins visited a Dunedin mall yesterday. Papier-mache penguins that is.
Supporting a Daffodil Day stall in South Dunedin yesterday are (from left) Porse Childcare educator Kylie Wakelin, Mylo Geary (2), Carter Baker (2), Emmett Ledvetter-Taylor (2), Rylee Lowden (3),...
The sound of Moon River could be heard echoing around a Dunedin retirement village yesterday.
Sixteen more staff will be required to ensure the region complies with the new national freshwater standards, the Otago Regional Council says.
It will have to be third time lucky for the Annual Winter Ball at Larnach Castle, which has been postponed for the second time because of Covid-19 restrictions.
Queenstown residents will be encouraged to ditch their cars for buses, bikes or a pair of walking shoes.
The Otago Regional Council has decided to keep its first-past-the-post voting system. But the public will be given a chance to change that.
A full moon and high tide caused a Dunedin street to resemble more of a river than a road last week.
Bus drivers in Dunedin and Queenstown will not be expected to force passengers to wear face masks or deny entry to people not wearing one.
The benefits of the Otago Regional Council taking over Lake Dunstan Harbourmaster responsibilities will outweigh any negatives, the council says.
The Otago Regional Council will seek guidance from the Government about how to enforce mask-wearing on its Orbus network.
A long-time Dunedin design business has restarted after closing down in March when business dropped off because of Covid-19.
When Alison Jones lost her sight, she was told there was nothing she could do but learn to live with it.
A Queenstown bus driver became stuck for an hour after cars parked on either side of a narrow road blocked it.