A Queenstown bus driver became stuck for an hour after cars parked on either side of a narrow road blocked it.
Tahuna Intermediate pupils show their appreciation during a special visit from Port To Port’s 8.8m-long trailer boat yesterday.
Dunedin Police have been left unimpressed with motorists for unsafe driving once again, following another intersection operation yesterday.
A historic Dunedin bus shelter given to the Otago Heritage Bus Society will be stored until a new home can be found for it.
Businesses need to consider disabled people when deciding where to display QR codes for Covid-19 contact tracing, a Dunedin access adviser says.
A digger fire in a forestry block near Milton has been brought under control after two helicopters were called in to fight it.
Digital contact tracing is not as effective as manual contact tracing, Otago University researchers says.
A former district councillor has called for a rule change to allow for prosecution for effluent spillage on highways and in public places.
A plan proposed by Aurora Energy will have negative effects on the environment and people’s financial wellbeing and health, the Otago Regional Council says.
The Anglican Bishop of Dunedin, the Rt Rev Dr Steven Benford, holds the Confirmation Eucharist on the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary at St Joseph’s Cathedral yesterday,...
Fishermen have teamed up to help put meals on the table for families in need.
The owners of a house destroyed by fire near Waikouaiti yesterday say they are "devastated" after the blaze engulfed their home.
Firefighters battled a house fire near Waikouaiti, north of Dunedin, this morning.
Special Rigs for Special Kids has been cancelled for the first time in its 29-year history.
A road is blocked in Dunedin following a car crash involving three cars.
A crash on the Southern Motorway caused delays for commuters in Dunedin this morning.
The new bus fares have fallen flat for Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins, who says they should be cheaper for students and disabled people.
Grieving a family member is a difficult process in any situation, let alone under the restrictions of a pandemic.
Dunedin buses have reduced capacity under Level 2 restrictions, due to the need for physical distancing.
Large funeral services in Dunedin have had to be cancelled or changed.