Staff BBQ to celebrate Barker family’s 50 years at Larnach Castle, Thursday, February 16.
Waitati Music Festival, Bland Park, Waitati,Saturday, February 18.
Stormwater problems at the centre of an Otago Peninsula couple’s dispute with the Dunedin City Council are finally being addressed.
The Dunedin City Council will lobby the Government — and could also mobilise the public — as it pushes for a commitment to a central site for the city’s long-awaited hospital rebuild.
The Dunedin City Council’s decision to scrap public hearings on its annual budget has been criticised as "bare minimum democracy".
Indian guru Hari Prasadasji Swami is farewelled by members of the Dunedin Indian community at the marina yesterday.
A chinese tourist who knocked a Canadian cyclist off his bike will probably meet the victim’s family in the next couple of days to express his remorse.
Mondelez International will line up for more ratepayer cash for the Cadbury Chocolate Carnival, despite its plan to close the Dunedin factory and put 362 people out of work.
Retiring Dunedin Railways chief executive Murray Bond has relished "every minute" of the many hours he has put in at work over the past 24 years.
Nearly 17 years after a 19-year-old University of Otago student was killed while riding in a wheelie bin down a Dunedin street, police are horrified to discover students are at it...
A Taieri Mouth man has described coming across the man alleged to be responsible for a bloody machete attack which left a man’s hand ‘‘just’’ hanging on yesterday.
Thousands of toga-clad students have begun entering Forsyth Barr Stadium for the O-Week toga party.
A man is in police custody after an attack in Taieri Mouth where another man's hand was injured after being cut with a machete.
A Chinese tourist has pleaded guilty to careless driving which caused a traumatic brain injury to a Canadian cyclist.
Aurora Energy is refusing to reveal how much it has spent on consultants in the aftermath of the dangerous pole scandal.
When a Dunedin businessman broke off his three-year affair with an Auckland woman, she allegedly took revenge by harassing the wife of her former lover.
A Timaru man has been sent to prison for assaulting his former partner and threatening to kill her.
Students who drink and make a mess in the Dunedin Botanic Garden have been warned they might find themselves back there doing early-morning community work.
The Dunedin City Council will decide today whether to dip into cash from a building maintenance fund to pay for environmental and food resilience initiatives.
A former teacher aide with 20 years' experience working at Sara Cohen School has come out in support of the teacher who has been stood down over allegations of child abuse.