The registered owner of a car got a surprise when they saw a man using a coat-hanger, hammer and screwdriver to break into their car, which was parked on Ensor St, Dunedin.
Taking a dip at Dunedin’s St Kilda Beach yesterday are Tony Isamaeli (20, left) and Jake Greer (19) as the temperature reached 23degC in the city.
The victim of a shooting north of Dunedin on Friday afternoon is in a stable condition, a family spokeswoman says.
A small break in the clouds in a remote Fiordland valley was all a Niwa freshwater ecologist needed to capture a prize-winning photograph.
A man gave three young women in Dunedin a scare last night when he shone a torch into their car before pulling out what appeared to be a weapon.
Everything had to go at a farm auction on Saturday as a prominent Dunedin farmer called time on nearly 50 years of growing produce on the Taieri Plain.
Julia Godfrey (24) smells a Princess Alice rhododendron at the Rhododendron Dell in the Dunedin Botanic Garden on Saturday.
Outrage over rate rises and anger from some in the farming community is fuelling increasing aggression towards Otago Regional Council staff, the council chief says.
Nearly 10,000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine were administered in the South on Super Saturday, the Southern District Health Board says.
Queenstown and Dunedin have both hit 90% vaccination rates for first doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, the Southern District Health Board says.
If you heard an unexplained bang recently, Lani Alo says not to panic — it was probably just his mind being blown.
A Southern District Health Board member who passed up a chance to endorse Covid-19 vaccination intends to continue in her role.
Max Cunninghame (16), of Dunedin, looks at an image by Helena Fitzgerald at the Dunedin Youth Council’s ‘‘Auaha Rangatahi’’ exhibition at the Otago Pioneer Women’s Hall.
If the environment starts shaking, baking or floating away, Associate Prof Caroline Orchiston has a plan for how to deal with it.
A sharp increase in demand for mental health support is one of the factors behind the University of Otago’s push to improve student support services.
A man charged with attempted murder after a shooting in Karitane yesterday has been granted interim name suppression.