Sandra Shum still recalls the day a customer came in with an Instant Kiwi ticket, bursting with excitement because he thought he had just won $6.
A Dunedin dog which ripped apart a cat in a matter of minutes this week has been classified as menacing but remains with its owner.
A University of Otago academic who contributed to the remeasurement of the tallest mountain in the world is returning to Nepal next week - where Mt Everest's new height will be revealed.
A scientist says the sea lion at the centre of a jury trial was stabbed while it was alive and would have most likely bled to death.
Otago Museum was the biggest winner at the ServiceIQ NZ Museum Awards in Wellington last night, gaining three prizes.
A Dunedin mother whose son took his own life is petitioning the Government for financial aid for bereaved families who face thousands of dollars in legal bills over bureaucratic processes.
Riders of Lime and other e-scooters could be hit with a new voluntary speed limit on some of Dunedin's busiest streets under a new DCC proposal.
Victims of a paedophile priest from Dunedin are breathing a sigh of relief as 50 years of torment finally comes to an end.
With a line-up of names like Purveyor Of Fine Meats, Crinkle Cut, Bee's and T's, and even Band Substance, you could be forgiven for thinking they were a collection of stalls in a market place, rather than Smokefreerockquest bands.
Once we understand the ''why'', the ''how'' should look after itself, in Dunedin's future as a smart city, award-winning business leader Ian Taylor says.
Four Dunedin taxi drivers owned nearly $100,000 in unpaid wages still do not know when they will see any of the money, despite their former bosses being found personally liable for leaving them out of pocket.
Tumble dryer fires in the South have destroyed or extensively damaged two houses, as well as an Invercargill laundrette and a Te Anau hotel laundry.
Dunedin police are warning students to lock their doors after a man was seen repeatedly creeping into a student flat during the day.
The number of prisoners flown south by Corrections on chartered flights increased more than fivefold over the previous two years.
A Dunedin woman who ripped off a 94-year-old for more than $23,000 has sold her house to repay the victim.
A runaway-truck ramp, traffic lights or an underpass are among options mooted for a notorious Dunedin intersection.
Bloody paw prints and scattered fur were left on the pavement of a Dunedin street after a cat was torn apart by a dog described as a pit bull yesterday morning.