The Southern District Police are trying to locate a man who has been reported missing from Dunedin since Friday.
Yesterday's rain could have caused the cancellation of many outdoor events - but not the Valley Project's CreekFest.
A plan to convert the former Wickliffe Press site into a multimillion-dollar car park has been delayed following the discovery of asbestos buried at the site.
Recent Discovery Squad science education activities for youngsters have proved successful at the Otago Museum.
The iD International Emerging Designer Awards may have been won by an Australian, but it was a southern girl who wowed the hearts of the audience.
A 1929 Ruston diesel engine that was fired up during an open day at the Taieri Historical Park, Outram, yesterday has a special significance for the Otago Vintage Machinery Club.
A Dunedin Airport car park overflowing since last Thursday tells the story of what is expected to be a significant loss for this year's iD Dunedin Fashion Week.
A decision has been made on the preferred site for the new Mosgiel pool, but it will be another two weeks before it is considered by the DCC.
It was supposed to be an agility course for cats.
A Dunedin family took a share of the honours at the 2017 Otago Wildlife Photography Competition at Otago Museum on Saturday.
The fleeting beauty of a tiny bird won a Dunedin man the top prize at a wildlife photography competition.
Otago Regional councillors Graeme Bell and Michael Laws have welcomed a move to have further council and community discussion over a proposed new 1(D) water plan change for the region.
University of Otago scientists have made a bid for funding from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment to support research on sustaining Otago's ''Southern Great Lakes''.
Predators of yellow-eyed penguins on Otago Peninsula beware - deerstalkers have you in their sights.
Fellowship and friendship bloomed in Dunedin on Saturday.
A Dunedin woman has met up with her boyfriend in an American jail.
Dunedin Airport was chokka again as more Adele fans set off for the singer's final concert in Auckland.
The innovative wooden construction of the Otago Polytechnic's $20 million student accommodation village is already turning heads, including attracting interest in Queenstown building circles.
An exhibition giving new meaning to the term "hanging artworks'' can be found near iD Dunedin Fashion Week's catwalk action.
Dilapidated and unsightly fencing along State Highway 88 to Port Chalmers is to be replaced or repaired, hopefully in time for next summer's cruise ship season.