A person has been arrested following a disorderly incident which resulted in a person being hit by a car in Dunedin this afternoon.
Firefighters are battling a shed fire in Dunedin this morning.
More than 40 groups and individuals will have their say on the future of water rights in Otago, as a seven-week court hearing begins in Dunedin.
The Wizard of Oz’s Dorothy and Toto have made an unexpected appearance in a real estate video for a Dunedin home.
Fishers pitched tents at Otago Harbour’s steamer basin overnight in the hope of catching the heaviest salmon.
Event organisers across Otago are breathing a sigh of relief following the announcement the region will move to Alert Level 1 this weekend.
Dunedin's influence on the history of daily newspapers in New Zealand has been woven into tapestry.
Nik and Paul Wild spent about six hours driving to 35 Dunedin pharmacies yesterday.
Two cars have collided on Dunedin's one-way system this afternoon.
Otago Museum staff are biting their nails as they try to raise thousands of dollars in a week so they can push print on a fashion catalogue that took up to 400 hours of work.
Otago Racing Club members are happy to share the Wingatui racecourse with Forbury Park Trotting Club if that is where they choose to move.
The move to university for many students means flying the coop and seeing a lot less of their family.
A racing venue in South Dunedin that will soon be abandoned could fit more than 300 new homes, helping to ease the city’s growing housing crisis, a developer says.
Lily Thoroughgood (19, left), of Christchurch, and Fernanda Posada (19), of Hamilton, enjoy the tasty offerings at the International Food Festival held in the Museum Reserve on Saturday evening.
Movie stars, lighting equipment and smoke machines seemed somewhat out of place on Dunedin’s otherwise quiet downtown streets.
Dunedin Wildlife Hospital staff and volunteers collectively cycled 2940km, close to double the length of New Zealand, last month.
The Otago Regional Council will ask the Government to fund its half of a $1.5million development plan for transport projects in Queenstown.
An invitation for the Otago Regional Council to join a Dunedin zero carbon advisory group has divided councillors.
A section of downtown Dunedin will be closed for filming tomorrow.
Two Dunedin residents from Myanmar will speak out as part of a peaceful protest, despite fears of reprisal from the military junta.