A petition calling for the memorial of Dunedin photographer Riley Baker to remain in its current location is gaining support online.
A person has been taken to Dunedin Hospital after a car reversed across a road and down a bank in Kenmure.
The Otago Regional Council is disappointed with Go Bus over the way it announced changes to school bus routes and has committed to look for potential solutions.
The SDHB has gone into damage control mode over a radio story about its troubled urology department, saying it never admitted six men would have a shorter life because of the delays.
Police have found missing Dunedin man Stephen Lowe's car.
Clocktowers, church bells, school bells and even mobile phones will ring across Dunedin today, to celebrate the arrival of the first royal albatross for the spring breeding season at Taiaroa...
Orokonui Ecosanctuary now has a sense of security after signing a new funding agreement.
Mosgiel woman Margaret Brookes remembers her 4-year-old daughter being so keen to attend Reid Park Kindergarten, under construction at the time, she called out to the builders to "hurry up and get finished".
After having three car wing mirrors smashed by passing vehicles this year, and a family car hit by a speeding vehicle, a Dunedin resident is worried her home is now on a busy bus route.
A notorious Dunedin sex offender is arguing he should not have to wear a GPS tracker so his movements can be tracked.
A convicted murderer followed a woman around a Dunedin supermarket verbally abusing her over the custody of his son, a court has heard.
A Dunedin schoolboy has hit the jackpot with an app he created which is now being used by some of the world’s leading technology experts.
The grieving family of a Dunedin man is angry after being told a memorial containing his ashes may be removed from near where he was killed just over a year ago.
Residents are slamming the Otago Regional Council for inadequate infrastructure after yesterday’s heavy rain resulted in more flooding on the Taieri.
Many Dunedin school communities are "outraged" they have not been consulted about changes to school bus routes, which some say will leave families facing severe hardship.
Artificial intelligence is a bit like haggis, a technology expert for the United States Government told a conference in Dunedin yesterday.
For five successive months, the Southern DHB has had the highest proportion of patients missing out on treatment after it was promised, new data reveals.
Authorities in Otago are keeping a close eye on the region after a day of heavy rain.
The family of Dunedin man Riley Baker, who died in a road accident last year, is shocked after being told a memorial to the 26-year-old may be removed.
ELECTION ISSUES: Health is a problem area for National, but Labour’s plan for the sector is vague, reports Eileen Goodwin.