A time-travelling cat with no name, looking for a place to call home.
A psychopathic sexual predator who repeatedly violated a woman while on parole for a previous rape has been jailed for 15 years.
Otago Racing Club members are happy to share the Wingatui racecourse with Forbury Park Trotting Club if that is where they choose to move.
A Dunedin man who stabbed his ex-wife’s friend 14 times and left her for dead has been declined parole.
Progress on the new Dunedin hospital has stalled and the Government is "faffing about", National Dunedin list MP Michael Woodhouse says.
Otago and Southland water supplies could contain levels of nitrates that international research has linked to a risk of bowel cancer.
St Clair School pupils (from left) Jakobi Richards (9) Jayme Birtles (10) Anja Radford (9) Leila McCaul (10) Olivia Mitchell (10) Stella Dorahy (9) and Ollie Caldwell (9) walk and scooter to school...
A disqualified driver with a breath-alcohol level more than twice the legal alcohol limit was caught after coming across police investigating an unrelated callout in Dunedin.
The Ministry of Health has received reports of border workers refusing Covid-19 vaccines which a University of Otago academic says should result in them being taken off the front line.
A police dog was injured yesterday afternoon after a motorist who led police on a chaotic chase through South Dunedin rammed into a police car.
Otago Museum staff are biting their nails as they try to raise thousands of dollars in a week so they can push print on a fashion catalogue that took up to 400 hours of work.
Dunedin's Shark Spy project team is urging all boaters, divers, and fishers to provide information about shark sightings.
Waitati's volunteer firefighters have attended the same number of crashes in the past two months as they did all of last year, sparking a plea for motorists to take care.
An aggravated robbery and a hit-and-run are among the offences the University of Otago’s expanded CCTV network have captured.
Southern urology services, the subject of a scathing health and disability commissioner report in 2019, are now being hailed as a success story.
A Dunedin father of three beaten to death with a cricket bat was "a funny, intelligent, loyal soul", his family says.
A disqualified driver more than twice the legal alcohol limit was sprung after coming across police investigating an unrelated callout in Dunedin last night.
A jury took a mere hour to unanimously find a man guilty of beating his friend to death with a cricket bat.
Vincent O'Sullivan, one of Dunedin’s best known and most prolific authors, can add to a long list of accolades after being shortlisted for a national book prize.