A mother and her two children were lucky to escape a dangerous plunge into Otago Harbour after a head-on-crash that left their vehicle perched precariously on the edge of Portobello Rd.
The Otago Polytechnic should know before the end of the year if it has been chosen as a regional centre of expertise.
Up to 200 Dunedin parking spaces will be unavailable for two months when work starts on the latest link in the city's cycle network.
An Aramoana crib-owner has taken the fight against erosion into his own hands, drawing the ire of a local trust but the qualified support of the Department of Conservation.
An Otago aviator is elated to have become the youngest person in the country to hold the top qualification for flight instructors.
The Dunedin City Council has stopped taking bookings for leased car parks across the city as motorists scramble to find a guaranteed space to stop.
The occupants of a 4WD left hanging precariously off the edge of Portobello Rd have escaped without serious injury after a head-on crash this afternoon.
An eruption of gang violence in central Dunedin has resulted in five arrests, and a security guard was filmed kicking a man as he lay on the road.
Serving and former staff at a Dunedin veterans' rest-home say concerns were repeatedly raised about a former nurse manager several months before an audit uncovered a slew of shortfalls.
A Dunedin delegation's trip to China is costing ratepayers about $27,000, the Dunedin City Council has confirmed.
A sculpture stolen from a Dunedin man's grave is likely of little worth to the thief, but it means everything to the man's family.
Careys Bay water issues have been bumped up the priority list, with plans to fix constant outages next year.
Out on the wiley, windy Octagon in Dunedin are Terry MacTavish (left) and Theresia Nel, at the Southern Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever on Saturday.
Otago Museum living environments officer Dr Anthony Stumbo talks to John Gibb about his work at the museum and some of his life outside it.
A "shark spy'' monitoring programme that aims to shed more light on mysteries about sharks off the Otago coast has gained a $19,974 grant.
An unlicensed Mosgiel builder has pleaded guilty to 15 charges after misleading property owners and a real estate agency.
One of Dunedin's brightest young entrepreneurs plans to relocate her booming homemade poi business from her living room to social enterprise Cargill Enterprises.
Getting their fill during the culinary melting pot of the International Food Festival at the University of Otago on Saturday afternoon and evening are Hwei Min (24, left) and Wei Qian (23), both of...