All a Dunedin mother wants is to be able to do the simple things with her daughter.
A Dunedin man carried out an unrelenting, anonymous campaign of abuse against family members for nearly two years, a court has heard.
Countdown has accepted it should have done more when staff first raised concerns about a rat infestation at its South Dunedin store.
From archery to home-brewing, dancing to chemistry and everything in between there was a club or society for it at the Otago University Students’ Association (OUSA)’s Clubs Day at the Museum...
A pruned vision for Dunedin public transport growth will be put forward for public consultation with some reluctance.
Five years after meeting her "soulmate" through online dating, a Dunedin teacher stabbed him to death in their bath.
At noon yesterday, Southbase staff started a slightly different lunch break to that which they are used to.
Allowing councils to delay preparation of their long-term plans by a year gives them options as they grapple with fallout from the Labour Party’s flawed Three Waters reform agenda, the government...
The Otago Regional Council’s reputation has experienced a "huge shift" to the positive, a market research analyst says.
A man lashed out violently after taking exception to being asked to take off his hat at the Dunedin District Court today.
University of Otago students donned their best bedding for a night of music and meeting fellow first-years at the annual O Week toga party yesterday.
Cancer services in the South are more at risk now than when a damning health and disability commissioner report was written last year, a doctor is warning.
The tragic circumstances of Green MP Efeso Collins' death mean Dunedin will soon have another member of Parliament.
A "one-man-band" drug dealer who set himself up as a safer alternative to gangs has been jailed for 21 months.