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.
Learning in schools will continue without any major changes.
The $2 flat fare trial on Dunedin buses has been approved, but with some changes.
The Otago Regional Council has approved the $2 flat fare trial for Dunedin buses.
National Party Taieri candidate Liam Kernaghan speaks to students Hannah Johns (20, left) and Bri Leahy (26) during the Political Clubs Day in The Link at the University of Otago yesterday.
Gender bias, the media, Covid-19 and cannabis were up for discussion during former prime minister Helen Clark’s visit to Dunedin yesterday.
Dunedin residents were buzzing around the city at the weekend.
Emergency services were called to a two-car crash in central Dunedin late this morning.
Dunedin Casino Charitable Trust chairman Stan Rodger presents a $15,000 donation to Life Education Trust Coastal Otago chairwoman Aileen Winmill (left) and Life Education Trust Coast Otago educator...
A new initiative for St John in Dunedin will bring "dignity" during a difficult time.
Purakaunui School pupils were joined by two special visitors this week.
New Zealand will experience a mild end to winter and remains on a “La Nina watch”.
Cromwell spent nearly a week of last month under low cloud and Dunedin was the least sunny of the country’s main centres.