Gerald Huntley did not expect to live to the age of 22, let alone 102.
Otago Regional Council rates of $6 million are outstanding after the due date at the end of last month.
Three southern mayors who raised red flags about Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt’s performance did not take the decision lightly, a copy of a letter obtained by the Otago Daily Times says.
A project to install a CCTV camera at the Taieri River mouth to give boaties a better view of the bar and make crossing it safer is under way.
More than $20,000, plus bikes, clothing and a car have been offered to a Dunedin family who lost everything they owned in a house fire at the weekend.
A Dunedin woman screamed for her young children to get out of the house moments before it caught fire and its windows exploded.
Customers had to wait a little longer for their furniture to be delivered in Dunedin yesterday after a furniture truck became wedged in a narrow and winding street.
A photo of a dog attacking a threatened New Zealand sea lion on a Dunedin beach has angered the Department of Conservation.
Two Dunedin cheerleading teams have even more to cheer about after winning top places in a national competition last weekend.
Wildlife Hospital staff, rangers and volunteers have been working around the clock to take care of 100 yellow-eyed penguin chicks since the beginning of this month.
Customers may have had to wait a little longer for their furniture to be delivered in Dunedin today after a furniture truck became wedged in a narrow and winding street.
Southern mayors have sounded a note of caution, and in some cases outright opposition, to a plan to ban the hiring out of vans that are not self-contained to tourists.
A fire has burnt through five hectares near Livingstone this evening, but is not threatening any properties or homes.
A motorcyclist involved in the Riders Against Teen Suicide rally at the weekend has lost his licence for speeding during the event.
Protesters blocking trucks from entering a Dunedin fertiliser depot yesterday morning say the chief executive has "blood on their hands".
The kakapo has made history, swooping in to claim the title of Bird of the Year for the second time.
Police were called to deal with fighting at a North Dunedin party where a person was king-hit at the weekend.
Protesters have blocked trucks from entering a Dunedin fertiliser depot, saying the chief executive had ‘‘blood on their hands’’.