Surf Life Saving St Kilda was taking part in an inflatable rescue boat training session when a pair of sea lions came up to have a look.
A decision to keep the popular one-way traffic system through central Dunedin is being fought by the city council.
A driver has been taken to Dunedin Hospital with moderate injuries after their car collided with a truck on the Southern Motorway.
An ex-firefighter convicted of blackmail who also posed as a teenager online for explicit chats with a 14-year-old girl has avoided imprisonment.
A spate of burglaries at a North East Valley community project has drawn attention to the "desperate" situation of some Dunedin community members.
Vans have a notorious reputation for being the vehicle of choice for fleeing burglars, kidnappers and covert surveillance.
A fundraising campaign has been launched to ensure a highly regarded exercise programme for cancer patients is able to continue.
The chairman of Dunedin Railways has hit back at the backlash to the planned sale of heritage railway assets, saying, "We’re not a museum".
A break-in at a school pool in Dunedin yesterday morning has been attributed to "kids doing dumb stuff".
Izzy runs her own hair salon and has no trouble speaking her mind; Prince Thomas runs his own country and is about to marry for duty rather than love.
The Otago Daily Times annual reader photography competition is called "Magic Moments", and for this year’s winner, Anneliese Carlson, that neatly sums up her award-winning entry.
A third Dunedin Hospital ward has been affected by an ongoing norovirus outbreak and some surgeries and procedures have been cancelled or delayed.
A motorist negotiates a flooded section of Butts Rd, at Logan Park, after heavy rain caused minor surface flooding in parts of Dunedin yesterday morning.
Heavy rain ended a long dry spell in the South yesterday, prompting the NZ Transport Agency to warn drivers of potentially hazardous ‘‘summer ice’’ on the South Island’s roads for the next few days.
A 20-year-old who beat up a fellow prisoner has said he wants to change his life around once his new sentence is completed.
Dunedin business owners say they are "seriously worried" about what an Omicron outbreak could mean for their operations.
A plan to sell Dunedin rail heritage assets has shocked a city councillor and blindsided an Otago trains trust.