When police spoke to a man acting suspiciously in North Dunedin early this morning he told them he was "going for a walk and likes looking at other people’s stuff".
A push for a diversion for the woman who scaled a five-foot wall to escape a Covid-19 quarantine hotel was declined by the head of prosecutions in Wellington.
The Dunedin City Council is looking for alternative operating models that keep Dunedin Railways in the city — not a fire sale, the chairman of Dunedin City Holdings Ltd says.
A longtime Dunedin tourism operator faces closure after missing out on much-needed government funding.
Dunedin-based MPs Gareth Hughes and Clare Curran have both given their valedictory speeches in the House this evening.
A mechanical or electrical fault is probably responsible for a fire which engulfed two tour buses in Dunedin.
Technical investigations of the proposed Smooth Hill landfill site have confirmed it is suitable for development, the Dunedin City Council says.
A woman who claimed she was assaulted by her police officer partner said she later lied about making up the allegation to get him home for Christmas.
Otago University Students’ Association employee Lon van Elk reflects on several of his digital painting works in an annual Student Exhibition at the University Union Hall yesterday.
The Warehouse in Maclaggan St will shut its doors to the public at the end of this month to become a "dark store" and will probably close fully in July next year.
A Dunedin social worker who abused eight victims at a girls’ home in the 1980s continues to claim he is innocent and refuses to undergo treatment while behind bars.
A University of Otago student who received the same bursary as his great-grandfather almost 100 years earlier has been uncannily close to the wireless expert’s 1923 master’s thesis in the past four...
Otago Nuggets coach Brent Matehaere had a special welcome as he returned to teaching at Otago Boys’ High School yesterday.
A Dunedin travel agent is warning if his industry were to collapse it could leave billions of dollars of New Zealanders’ refunds stuck overseas.
A literary app that links New Zealand writers and their stories to specific Dunedin places has doubled in size and gone bilingual.
A Dunedin man allegedly raped two women he met through Tinder within a matter of weeks, a jury has heard.
Two 90,000 litre fuel tanks were lifted into place at Nelson Petroleum Distributors’ new station in Andersons Bay Rd yesterday morning.
Bradken could shut its Dunedin foundry by the end of the year - affecting almost 40 workers - but staff may have to get through a lot of work in the meantime.