One person has received minor injuries following a two-vehicle accident on Somerville St, in Dunedin tonight.
The Dunedin City Council has today issued dangerous building notices to four houses in St Clair, after a landslip was assessed to be posing an "imminent safety threat".
New Zealand needs to be voicing concerns about illegal activities that occurred during the United Kingdom's Brexit vote, Prof Robert Patman says.
A man who paid a 14-year-old girl $20 for consecutive sexual liaisons in the library has been jailed for more than three years.
Wellington curator Matariki Williams yesterday urged University of Otago graduates to protest about extensive cuts in the humanities, including at university level, and in Dunedin.
The sudden disappearance of a row of young trees from a Dunedin street only a few months after they were planted has at least one resident perplexed.
Work on the cycleway-walkway from St Leonards to Port Chalmers is expected to begin mid-next year, despite problems attracting tenders in a busy Dunedin contracting market.
Mornington's ageing Plunket building has officially been closed and is to be sold, after serving the community for more than 60 years.
A 71-year-old convicted murderer will remain behind bars after laundering money for an international fraud syndicate.
A frontline police officer has raised concerns about being constantly tracked by a new app to monitor the location of staff, now being trialled in the South.
The number of overseas teachers ready to start working in New Zealand primary and secondary schools at the start of next year has now grown to more than 800.
Work and Income New Zealand has promised its central Dunedin office will stay in the city centre, despite being forced to make way for the new hospital.
The Dunedin City Council has voted to lobby the MetService to accelerate plans for a rain radar covering the city, despite a last-minute assurance from Mayor Dave Cull.
Resources and facilities for treating juvenile eating disorders are limited and should be improved, the Eating Disorders Association says.
The man who began, and has led, Arts Festival Dunedin for most of the past 20 years has decided to step aside from the role.
The leaders of several southern schools which appeared in an Auditor-general's report for being in financial difficulty, say they are on the list for ''mere technicalities'' rather than anything serious.
The city councillor pushing for the return of a commuter rail service to Dunedin hopes to fast-track the idea.