The first of more than 40 lowered speed limits for Dunedin streets and roads take effect from this month, with the rest to follow in the new year.
Police have confirmed they are investigating a robbery and associated serious assault in Maori Hill about 2am on Sunday.
The Southern DHB has been told to apologise to the family of a prisoner who died in a suspected suicide, after an investigation found failures in how prisons and health boards communicated.
Fencing has gone up around BP North, in Cumberland St, after the service station closed permanently recently.
Police are warning partygoers about a new drug which has been detected in the country for the first time, in Dunedin.
A pair of coal protesters arrested after blocking a train across St Andrew St in Dunedin on Saturday have been remanded without plea.
The Nell family, who recently arrived in Dunedin from South Africa, had their way to St Clair Beach blocked by a sea lion near the sand sausages yesterday.
With a new Covid-19 system comes a new set of regulations, but rest-homes are struggling to find the right balance between safety and allowing residents to see family.
Dunedin Hospital came perilously close to a "Code Black" situation a fortnight ago, the Southern District Health Board heard yesterday.
WARNING: Content may disturb. The man behind the Countdown supermarket stabbings in Dunedin has pleaded guilty to the frenzied attack in May and can finally be unmasked.
A grieving Dunedin father who went on a rampage after receiving devastating news related to his daughter’s death has been let down by the system, a judge says.
Showing off their new headwear at the Dunedin Central Police Station are Constables Richard Trow and Stephanie Lee.
A trespass notice has been issued against a Dunedin city councillor who tried to attend a council meeting without a Covid-19 vaccine pass.
Ready to test the public for Covid-19 at the new Dunedin testing centre in Malcolm St yesterday are swabbers Tuihana Taiaroa-Smithies and Junaid Gydien.
If, when venturing past the former Sammy’s nightclub in Dunedin, you begin to feel like somebody may be watching you, look up.
There were celebrations in the South yesterday as the region cracked the Covid-19 90% double vaccination milestone.
Letting the city hear his clarinet tunes on his first day busking is Peter Sutherland, of Dunedin, yesterday.
The University of Otago has confirmed Covid-19 vaccinations will be compulsory for all staff, students, contractors and visitors next year.
Despite efforts by conservation staff, hoiho breeding pair numbers in Otago have dropped to their lowest recorded number since monitoring began in 1990.