The Harbour Rugby Club has turned to a private investigator as it prepares for a possible court battle to defend Moller Park.
Scaffolders remove a gantry from the historic S.F. Auburn building in Princes St yesterday, as part of the ongoing restoration work on the building which was gutted by a fire.
The man who killed a woman in her Dunedin home while her 2-year-old daughter was in the room next door is still considered unfit for release - after 22 years in prison.
Serious fraud has been ruled out as one of the issues being investigated at Carisbrook School by limited statutory manager Michael Rondel.
An "ugly" addition to Dunedin's West Harbour landscape will not be permanent after all, the NZ Transport Agency says.
Maori Hill School pupils Delilah Brown (10, left) and Florence Devereux-Kilpatrick (10) add their cans to the collection in the Octagon yesterday.
The arrival of a Hollywood production company in Dunedin is the first sign the city's film industry is entering a new phase, the city's film co-ordinator says.
A cancer researcher from the University of Otago has received a major funding boost for his work into the detection of the illness.
Representing sponsors Anderson Lloyd at the Women You Can Bank On event at the Dunedin Town Hall yesterday are Vanessa Robb (left) and Beccs Kilpatrick.
A former Dunedin woman's battle with cancer has sparked an angry exchange in Parliament and an accusation Michael Woodhouse is using the case in a "grubby political manner".
A man accused of stabbing a miniature horse 41 times has been granted name suppression and will remain behind bars.
A crowdfunding campaign is one option being mulled by the group behind the movement to save Foulden Maar, as attention shifts to securing the paleontological site in public ownership.
Clearwater Civil operator Chris Gray scrambles through a maze of exposed stormwater and wastewater pipes being repaired in the heart of Dunedin.
Carisbrook School is in experienced and impartial hands now Christchurch auditor Michael Rondel has stepped in as the school's limited statutory manager.
The first national award for student volunteer group Silverline is a great motivator to keep going, one of the group's leaders says.
A Kaitangata man will spend the next 10 months at the home where he was found with firearms, 137 rounds of ammunition and $15,000 of cannabis.
The University of Otago and its students will star in a Hollywood horror film which is set to start filming next week.
On the coldest morning of the year yesterday, two people lay wrapped in blankets fast asleep on the freezing tiles at the entrance of a central Dunedin office building.