The only good thing about living in a war-torn country is that it teaches you to be resilient, Ghusoun Fashwel says.
A car fire is fully extinguished by a Fire and Emergency New Zealand firefighter at the BP service station in Cumberland St, Dunedin, about 2.30pm yesterday.
Those who enjoy keeping a rooster in town could be in for a rude awakening from the Dunedin City Council.
More than $300,000 in grants were dished out by the Dunedin City Council to a variety of community groups last week.
National rules for councillor behaviour could help prevent ugly scenes such as those featuring Dunedin’s Lee Vandervis, a local government commentator says.
Emergency services help two people injured after their car rolled 100m down a bank at Heyward Point, near Aramoana, yesterday.
A Dunedin sex offender who attacked and violated a drunk pub-goer as he walked home after a night out has been refused parole due to a lack of treatment for sexual deviancy and compulsivity.
A retired nurse who dedicated her life to helping others left an elderly woman in hospital for months after a "terrible mistake", a court has heard.
The deeply ingrained habit of walking the city’s streets and writing poetry has been celebrated in a Dunedin Unesco City of Literature project.
Influenza all but vanished from the health landscape this year, one Dunedin GP doubting she saw more than two possible cases of the disease.
A 62-year-old woman remains in Dunedin Hospital after crashing into a parked car in Kaikorai Valley Rd on Thursday.
Dunedin residents got their first view of the newly painted facade of the historic Wains Hotel yesterday, after contractors removed scaffolding from the front of the building.
The new Nelson Petroleum Distributors station in Dunedin that was supposed to be ready as far back as March this year turned on the pumps on Thursday.
The Logan Park High School orchestra, conducted by music department head John Dodd, performs in the Dunedin Public Art Gallery foyer yesterday. It was a musical bonus for the small crowd of art...
Dunedin's deputy mayor feared she might be hit by a councillor who pointed his finger at her in "stabbing movements" and who grew "increasingly red in the face as he appeared to become more enraged".
Ripped clothing held together with safety pins, flowing long hair and punk rock music blaring wherever he went - it is hard to reconcile the 1970s image of George Kay with the mild-mannered teacher he has become.