Police are searching for a teenager who allegedly broke into a South Dunedin charity shop and stole a cash register yesterday.
Several elective surgeries had to be postponed last week at Dunedin Hospital after winter demand meant the facility ran out of beds for patients.
Bowel cancer is the gastrointestinal cancer most commonly diagnosed - but an oncologist and cancer researcher wants to raise awareness of a number of other potentially deadly forms.
A front-end loader works to reposition large rocks shunted aside by recent powerful swells at St Clair Beach yesterday.
Today's delivery of the Otago Daily Times print edition has been delayed because of an electrical outage last night.
The Otago Regional Council is working with police and other authorities to "maintain the safety'' of its Dundas St construction site after more than 1000 have signalled they will "storm'' it.
Community volunteers are "extremely upset'' diesel has apparently leaked from old underground tanks at Dunedin's ValleyCommunity Workspace into Lindsay Creek.
Part of a residential wall in St Kilda was broken yesterday after being hit by a car, which was also damaged.
Almost two years to the day after the historic bridge near Sutton was destroyed by a raging river, its replacement has been officially opened.
A young photographer hot on the trail of the South Island robin says trekking through the bush in wet weather on Saturday was worth it for the perfect shot.
Going to the dentist can be a painful experience - but the new University of Otago clinical services building is "fantastic" and a far cry from the old facility, where a chair once broke under her,...
A trust that aims to support patients with brain tumours and educate medical practitioners about how to spot the symptoms of the potentially fatal illness is about to launch in Dunedin.
A refugee mother was reduced to tears by a random act of kindness during a grocery shopping trip in Dunedin.
Bella (9, left) and Arli Fisher (7), of Dunedin, shelter under an umbrella as rain falls during a trip to Logan Park yesterday.
A proposal to pedestrianise the road in front of Dunedin's railway station has widespread support from submitters.
The savings of dozens of people hang in the balance after the interim liquidation of two companies associated with a Dunedin financial adviser, the founder of an affected investors group says.