Otago bus drivers are still not receiving a pay increase promised to them last year due to a bus company deeming it "difficult" to implement without causing issues in other regions, an Otago...
Some of the 11,000 consultation documents on massive rates rises not delivered to Otago residents were mistakenly sent to an area outside council boundaries.
An apology has been issued after Otago Regional Council consultation documents were not delivered to large swathes of Otago.
The driver of a coal train stopped by climate activists did not see three youths on the tracks until the train was "dangerously" close, police say.
A train driver stopped by climate activists this morning did not see three youths on the tracks until the train was ‘‘dangerously’’ close, police say.
"This is Kiwi, mate." Those were the words of Lizzie and Danny Carson who boarded a train, double-headed by two DA 1950s heritage locomotives, at Dunedin Railway Station yesterday for the next leg of the Great Southern Train Tour.
The possibility of the Otago and Southland Fish & Game Councils merging has not been greeted with positivity by everyone.
Fifty years of "creative, responsive, and innovative" work has been celebrated by Anglican Family Care.
Lorna Ryan could not contain her excitement when she found out she was a iD International Emerging Designer Awards 2021 finalist.
Emergency services work at the scene of a single-vehicle crash in Mount Grand Rd in Dunedin yesterday afternoon.
New Zealand children’s entertainer Suzy Cato drew quite the audience for her Wild Dunedin festival show.
The success of this year’s Dunedin Arts Festival has been "encouraging" for an industry hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, organisers say.
The future of the Taieri Gorge railway line may be as a part of the new Great Southern Train Tour which now also features a trip aboard the Kingston Flyer.
A pedestrian has been seriously hurt after being hit by a car, while another person has also been taken hospital after two crashes in Dunedin.
Anzac Day was made all the more special for a Dunedin school pupil and New Zealand Defence Force Colonel Kate Lee.
The sound of a 25 pound gun echoed through Dunedin’s central streets, marking 106 years since the Anzacs landed on the shores of Gallipoli.
It has already gone from a World War 2 Nissen hut to a place of fond memories for the Otago Peninsula Anglican Parish.