Covid-19 has once again mucked up plans for the Dunedin Craft Beer and Food Festival.
A 24-year-old man charged with attempted murder after a shooting in Karitane will have his identity kept secret for at least another two weeks.
Dunedin Police were kept busy due to multiple incidents at the weekend including an accident where a man crashed his car into a power pole after dropping coffee on his lap.
Sammy's, the University Oval Grandstand and Maori Hill Coronation Hall head a list of 21 Dunedin City Council buildings considered to be earthquake-prone.
Media comments about council staff have landed Otago Regional Council deputy chairman Michael Laws in hot water and could see him lose his leadership role.
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A 31-year-old Dunedin man allegedly pretending to be a teenager is facing charges relating to the sexual grooming of a young person.
After a Labour Weekend spent flexing rather than relaxing, Dunedin senior police constable Delaine Tabb has brought home two national body building titles — and a full stomach.
After a year in which the rights of essential workers have been in the spotlight, union members came together to celebrate the wins of the past 12 months at a special barbecue yesterday.
MetService says severe thunderstorms and "significant" amounts of hail are possible for much of the South today, including Dunedin.
As gardeners across Dunedin took advantage of the sunshine this Labour Weekend, business was booming in nurseries across the city.
Pickle the 2-year-old kunekune pig often attracts quizzical stares from passing motorists as he ambles along Dukes Rd with his family.
For the first time in more than two years, Dunedin District Pony Club members and their steeds trotted, jumped and cantered into centre stage at the club’s gymkhana yesterday.
Dunedin police are disappointed with driving behaviour during a long weekend in which two people were killed on southern roads.
More than six decades after it first hosted the Ceramics New Zealand national exhibition, Dunedin has once again had the chance to delight ceramics lovers.
The St Patrick’s hall was filled with bargain hunters and people supporting an ice-cold good cause on Saturday.