A Dunedin burglar got one of his five-plus-a-day on the wrong side of the law last night.
Digital Media Minister Clare Curran has been caught up in some online drama involving the misuse of her identity and a fake Facebook page.
Dunedin's rental market is in crisis as prospective tenants struggle to secure a home from a shrinking pool of increasingly expensive properties.
Traffic lights in central Dunedin causing backed up traffic and frustrating motorists to the point they ignore red lights have been controlled via CCTV cameras from Wellington.
Researchers say we need to do much more to find out which communities will be hardest hit by climate change, and how we should meet the threat.
University of Otago students encountered a new obstacle to learning yesterday - insect swarms which set upon them as they walked along Castle St.
After hearing the father of her unborn child was facing a jail term, a Dunedin woman went to police and lied in a bid to clear him.
Police have yet to track down the alleged offenders caught on camera throwing rubbish from their car, swearing at another motorist and driving dangerously in Dunedin nearly two months ago.
A 40-year-old transgender woman who used her cellphone beside a man urinating in a public toilets has been ordered to pay him $300 for emotional harm.
A rare visitor has provided some school holiday excitement for Broad Bay children this week - a dead sunfish.
Performing at New Zealand's first Bras and Brass concert to raise money for breast cancer survivors was an "amazing" experience, two Dunedin musicians say.
Six burglaries or break-ins have been reported in Dunedin and three locations elsewhere in Otago this week.
Moving fast and finding your way around an unfamiliar area are two very different skills.
Another five levels of scaffolding are expected to be removed from the First Church spire in Dunedin this weekend, as repair work nears completion.
The University of Otago is about to open New Zealand's first drop-in centre for students coping with sexual assault or harassment.
The Southern District Health Board yesterday launched a campaign aimed at getting people out of their beds.
A 40-year-old transgender woman who used her cell phone beside a man urinating in a public toilets has been ordered to pay him $300.
Power is back on after it went out to some consumers in Mosgiel this afternoon.
A crew was called to a car on fire in the Dunedin suburb of Maryhill yesterday evening.
A report outlining early options and costs for a new approach to organic waste in Dunedin is a starting point for debate, the Dunedin City Council says.