The mammoth process to determine rules concerning Dunedin development continues today, and Dunedin City Council staff are recommending a cautious approach in rural residential areas.
A pair of Syrian refugees made a move towards more independence by getting behind the wheel of a car for the first time yesterday.
Dunedin's city centre will hum today, as more than 900 secondary school choristers and their musical directors arrive for the largest national choral festival the region has ever hosted.
The ''poorly managed and rushed'' bowel cancer screening programme seems unlikely to be signed off by the Cabinet anytime soon, Labour’s Annette King says. Otago-Southland has one of the highest rates of this cancer in the world.
No-one was hurt in a collision between a car and a bus at the intersection of Glenpark Ave and Argyle St, in Mornington, Dunedin, about 5.40pm yesterday.
The 28-year-old woman accused of two armed raids of St Kilda businesses has been released from custody.
Scaffolding is rising outside the former Dunedin prison as stonemasons at a South Dunedin business prepare the way for the building to return to its original form.
Taieri Beach resident Allen Eade is breathing a sigh of relief after his beloved fishing boat was refloated off a sand bar at Taieri Mouth, with minor damage to the hull.
Police have dropped drug charges against a man who could not stand trial for cultivating cannabis after the police officer who was meant to give evidence was rostered on a night shift.
University of Otago chancellor John Ward turned the first sod at the site of the School of Dentistry's new clinical services building in Great King St yesterday.
It may be a case of more is less when it comes to some of the new route signs on Dunedin buses.
A new car, new house and summer holiday are on the cards for a Dunedin couple who won $13.3 million at the weekend.
There are claims of theft, teabag rationing and poor treatment of staff at Woodhaugh Rest Home and Hospital in Dunedin.
Chinese national Limin Ma has admitted causing the death of Dunedin man Riley Baker in a head-on crash when he crossed the centre line to view the ocean.
A Hyde St resident who discovered four women trashing his flat yesterday morning says crime on the North Dunedin party street is ''getting worse''.
Convicted killer Colin Bouwer will remain behind bars after requesting parole be declined at his latest hearing.
A large boost in the number people standing for the three Taieri community boards is a vote of confidence in local democracy, a soon-to-retire community board chairman says.
A Taieri College pupil has challenged the Mosgiel Taieri Community Board to do more about road safety in Gordon Rd.
The idea of a faith museum in Mosgiel to attract tourists to the town divided Mosgiel Taieri Community Board members last week.
Funding for emergency grab bags and a mural has been ''ring-fenced'' by the Mosgiel Taieri Community Board.