When police spoke to a man acting suspiciously in North Dunedin early this morning he told them he was "going for a walk and likes looking at other people’s stuff".
A longtime Dunedin tourism operator faces closure after missing out on much-needed government funding.
The new Bee Cards have been "flying out the door".
Police are searching for a vehicle believed to be responsible for two hit-and-runs in Dunedin at the weekend.
Flights in and out of Dunedin Airport have been delayed or cancelled this morning due to heavy fog.
A man was found "drunk and drowsy" and in possession of drugs and a rifle at the side of a Dunedin road at the weekend, police say.
A warm winter’s day set the scene for a successful seven-a-side football tournament in Dunedin yesterday.
Southern tourism operators are delighted about the latest injection of Covid-recovery support cash from the Government.
A new food network launched this week will provide much-needed support to foodbanks.
A man trespassing at a Dunedin motel last night knocked on the doors of rooms asking if there were "any single ladies".
The cause of a fire which engulfed two tour buses in Dunedin is still "unexplained".
Looking for a life-sized railway set? Dunedin Railways has what you are looking for.
Emergency services were called to a car fire on State Highway 1, in Caversham this morning.
Archaeologists have explored three historical sites in Dusky Sound, Fiordland, for the first time.
There are concerns in Broad Bay on the Otago Peninsula that plans to widen a road will ruin a local reserve and cause congestion around the local boat club.
At 96, Arthur Driver is proving it's never too late to start something new.
Recreational fishers are calling for an extension to the consultation period for marine reserves.
Two people have been taken to hospital with serious injuries after a car and campervan crashed near Lake Pukaki.
Plans to investigate a bus service between Dunedin Airport and the city centre never started because of the disruption caused by Covid-19.
The Otago Regional Council has spent $6.7 million on consultants and lawyers in the past 11 months.