The return of the first royal albatross to Taiaroa Head for the new breeding season has prompted a call for the city’s churches, schools and buildings to ring their bells at 1pm today.
Police shut down a large party at a student flat in Pitt St, in Dunedin, last night following complaints from neighbours about excessive noise.
A woman was trapped in her car with a broken leg and three others were also injured in a crash involving two cars and a petrol tanker near Dunedin on Saturday night.
Some southern mayors are claiming victory after reforms said to threaten the fabric of local government were placed on the back-burner.
The Otago Fish and Game Council’s Take a Kid Fishing day was a crowd-puller.
Amanda Young had been fretting about how she was going to be able to buy equipment for her team of special-needs powerlifters.
Two Dunedin racing clubs have won a reprieve after appealing a Dunedin City Council decision to decline rates relief because of connections to gambling.
New Zealand Paralympic silver medallist Holly Robinson (pictured, right) joins about 250 other people in the Dunedin Walk 2 D’Feet MND event yesterday.
It started on a whim and ended with a barrage of rainbow-coloured corn starch.
It was puppy love at first sight for three young girls and one smoochy pooch in Dunedin yesterday.
When Dunedin man Pete Strang fell down a crevasse on an Antarctic expedition and lived to tell the story, little did he know the worst was yet to come.
Four people were taken to Dunedin Hospital - one with serious injuries - following a crash involving two cars and a petrol tanker near Dunedin last night.
Dunedin coroner Brigitte Windley is leaving the job less than a year after her appointment because her husband was unable to find work in the city.
The possible slaughter of a rooster in Dunedin has the SPCA concerned.
Police have apologised to a Dunedin woman after an officer was found to have used "unnecessary force" against her during a protest against the Trans Pacific Partnership.
Balmacewen Intermediate principal Andrew Hunter stands in front of the school’s third learning centre, which is expected to be complete within the next month.
Dunedin is being urged to tidy up its act, after local Rotarians filled a trailer with rubbish during a community clean-up project in North Dunedin.
A Dunedin man will display the fruits of a year's labour at an upcoming Lego show in the city.
Voting papers have been out for a week, the candidates’ forum season is (thankfully) winding down, but things have become testy in the Dunedin local government elections. David Loughrey, also...
The stigma around receiving food parcels may be stopping those who need support from accessing foodbank services, food distributors say.