When taking a 100-year-old car to Timaru, it's best to take the back roads and avoid State Highway 1.
Dunedin city councillor Jim O'Malley says he is likely to walk away at the end of the next term, after missing out on the mayoralty and facing a difficult three years ahead.
Crown workplace safety agency WorkSafe will scrutinise health and safety practices at Wakari Hospital after being notified of an issue at the hospital last month.
Fear of missing out drives many people to keep using social media, despite the loss of privacy and commercial manipulation.
Strike action by medical imaging technologists has not prevented southern region patients in life-threatening situations from accessing X-rays or scans if they needed them, the Southern DHB says.
Police have released photos of two men they are seeking in relation to a serious assault in Dunedin at the weekend.
The Ravensbourne Boating Club could soon have working toilets and showers after a long wastewater dispute.
Police are warning people to keep their cars locked and hide any valuables after a number of thefts from Dunedin car parks.
Appointing a chairman or chairwoman for the Otago Regional Council may not be as simple as in past terms. Reporter Jono Edwards speculates wildly on who its next leader might be.
A passenger on a Jetstar flight from Dunedin last week has rubbished claims a family acted in a "disgusting" manner when changing their child's soiled pants.
The only Dunedin city councillor to lose his seat this election has thanked his supporters and offered to help where he can.
In 2015, before he was suddenly interrupted, John Chambers was a member of the Southern District Health Board.
Dunedin city councillor Christine Garey is saying little as others pick her as the frontrunner to become deputy mayor.
The Dunedin group planning a multimillion-dollar cable car system on High St has had a setback, missing out on a $100,000 Provincial Growth Fund request to help keep the project moving.
Umbrellas and plastic ponchos were the fashion of the day as revellers braved the rain for this year's Vogel Street Party.
Dunedin's next mayor is already busy, just one day into his new role, but he still has some explaining to do to his 3-year-old son.
The University of Otago has denied it has plans for an aquarium or marine institute on the waterfront - despite Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull saying the university is still interested in the development.
As Dunedin's freshly elected councils consider what direction to take this fine city, we ask if they have the guts to take on the bold vision outlined by ODT columnist David Loughrey in 2016.