For the past 10 years urban permaculturist Rory Harding has been growing a burgeoning food orchard in the back yard of his George St home. Tim Miller visits the urban orchard to discover what it is...
Traffic was disrupted in part of Dunedin for more than 20 minutes this afternoon after the railway level crossing warning system malfunctioned.
More protein-rich snacks and other improvements are needed to counter a big problem arising from more than half of aged care residents not eating enough.
International oil giant OMV’s use of private investigators to pursue climate activists in Dunedin is "quite unnerving", one of those being targeted says.
After months of hard work and a trip to the other side of the world by a Dunedin man, the fate of Dunedin’s world record is in the hands of the powers that be.
More than 30 youngsters had a smashingly good time, taking part in a series of afternoon activities, including chipping away at little blocks of ice to reveal small models of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures inside.
A person injured in an assault was taken to Dunedin Hospital by ambulance today, after police were alerted at 3.30pm.
Fulton Hogan appears to be in line to secure a major Dunedin City Council contract, potentially worth more than $100million, while rival Downer seeks new roles for up to 30 affected staff after...
Bright colours and big humps are proliferating on Dunedin’s streets, as new traffic-calming measures are rolled out across the city.
As one longtime Dunedin pub teeters on the brink of closure, a restaurant opens and the fate of both weighs heavily on the minds of Susanne and Richard Dagg.
A Dunedin grandmother issued a trespass notice by oil giant OMV says she has no plans to give up her fight.
A person received treatment from paramedics after a kitchen fire in the Dunedin suburb of Calton Hill this evening.
Mark Wellington cherished the final years he spent with his wife after she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma.
The final month of the decade proved to be a bumper one for home sales, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says.
The first albatross chick hatched at Taiaroa Head this season will grow up in the international eye.
Armed police were called to the Brighton Caravan Park in a search for a stolen vehicle earlier today.