An unplanned power outage has affected 100 customers in Fairfield this afternoon.
Police have named the woman pedestrian killed in a crash with a car at an intersection in north Dunedin.
More than 270 people graduated in person from the University of Otago at a ceremony at Dunedin Town Hall today.
A man arrested on a cruise ship at Port Chalmers over alleged sexual abuse will appear in court on Friday.
Cancer patients around the country are waiting months to receive their first bout of potentially life-saving treatment as hospitals struggle to keep up with demand.
Fees for Dunedin residents taking waste to city landfills is set to rise by 25% as the Emissions Trading Scheme forces prices up.
Dunedin doyenne of dance Shona Dunlop MacTavish has been made an honorary member of Dance Aotearoa New Zealand at a special ceremony.
Computerised crime-fighting programmes are useless without the proper support systems in place, a world authority in artificial intelligence criminology says.
The flat of Peggy’s Hill, near Larnach Castle, was the scene of a scenic meeting yesterday.
Dunedin residents will now get their say on a "stunning piece" of architecture connecting the city centre and harbourside.
The Otago Regional Council has put its hand up in support of new road safety programme "any number is too many" aimed at reducing deaths on the road.
The University of Otago faces more job losses after its governing council yesterday voted to close the Centre for Materials Science and Technology.
University of Otago student Tom Mottershead will today become the first person to graduate from university with a new bachelor of arts and science degree.
Three young people studying in Dunedin have received Prime Minister’s Scholarships that will send them on a dream trip to Asia early next year.
A $60 million plan to rejuvenate central Dunedin appears to have strong council backing.
The Dunedin City Council has committed itself to a policy of paying its staff a living wage.
The shelves are sagging and the cupboards bulging at the Mosgiel Community Foodbank after a phenomenal response to its can drive appeal last week.
Isolation is an issue faced by many women in rural areas, Taieri Rural Ladies Group founder and rural dairy farmer Jean Bonner says.
Athol Matheson, of Fairfield, sells lures at a market day at the Taieri Historical Park and Museum in Outram on Sunday.
Cooper Patrick (left) and Jack McGrath (both 5, of Mosgiel) prepare in their karts in the pits at the Christmas meeting at Silverstream Raceway in North Taieri on Sunday.