Brighton’s annual gala was held just in time for thousands of people to gather and enjoy themselves.
All of New Zealand is now in the Red traffic light zone for the first time, after confirmation that cases of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 had been found in both the North and South Islands.
The Government is being called upon to show leadership and provide more funding to help Dunedin create a better transport network.
Whether you consider yourself a connoisseur of the fine arts or an amateur at the easel, Otago artists had something for you at the weekend.
A raft of major events across Dunedin have ground to a halt, following the Government’s move to a Red traffic light setting yesterday.
There may be no more efficient way to learn the fundamentals of driving than by zipping around a paddock in a car from 1914.
A Dunedin man with a rare genetic disorder says he has fallen through the cracks of the system that should have been helping him for the past 15 years.
Demolition continues on the former fabrication shop at the Hillside railway workshop in Dunedin yesterday.
The Dunedin City Council expects to have a plan in place to deal with its multimillion-dollar toxic mess underground in South Dunedin by the middle of the year.
A magpie has gone from being blown from its nest to forming an unlikely bond with a Dunedin man’s pets.
The University of Otago’s announcement that it had accepted 103 redundancy applications out of a total of 195 was disappointing, the staff union says.
A selection of veteran cars gathered at the Octagon in Dunedin for the annual Dunedin-Brighton Veteran Vehicle Run.
Southern GPs have been warned they could be treating as many as 5000 Covid-19 patients a month within a matter of weeks, should an Omicron outbreak sweep across Otago and Southland.
Members of Dunedin’s Tongan community came together to share hugs, tears, prayers and a specialist education last night in an effort to support each other and better understand the tragedy that had...
Successive years of successful breeding seasons could one day put Dunedin on the map as just the second mainland breeding colony of the threatened New Zealand sea lion in the past 150 years.
After 25 years in prison and 336 counselling sessions, a North Otago killer is still not fit for release, the Parole Board says.