Emergency services used a turntable ladder to extract a critically injured person from the first floor of a Central Dunedin Hotel this morning.
A Dunedin man was only hours out of prison before threatening a woman with "the strongest punch in the world", a court has heard.
The tertiary education area of Dunedin is set to have better cycling links with the central city and the shared path to Port Chalmers after $2 million of work.
An Auckland man who hid meth in Covid masks and sent them to the South Island during lockdown used his sister's bank details to avoid detection.
Emergency services were called after a car crashed into a rock in the early hours of the morning on the Otago Peninsula.
Night owls were rocking and rolling early yesterday after a small earthquake struck about 30km to the west of Dunedin.
One Dunedin ratepayers’ group looks set to be wound up after it struggled for a unified purpose, but another is re-emerging.
A 12-year-old Dunedin boy accused of stealing eight cars in a little over 24 hours needs to understand the chaos he leaves behind, one of his alleged victims said through tears yesterday.
A pair of old milk cans, serving as a mailbox, makes a charming old-world sight as the sun rises over Otago Harbour yesterday.
The thunder of helicopter blades will be heard above the Octagon this weekend as work on the Dunedin Public Art Gallery roof kicks in to high gear.
Too many questions remain about how a proposed landfill near Dunedin Airport can deal with birds for the project to safely go ahead, the regional council’s consultant says.