The Otago Peninsula settlement of Portobello, looking up Otago Harbour towards Dunedin.
A prisoner driver's licensing programme at the Otago Corrections Facility is as popular as ever and helping to curb reoffending, staff say.
Dunedin is set to begin next year with a debate on gambling, after a vote to consult on a sinking lid on poker machine numbers.
Dunedin new district plan has been delayed for up to a year.
The Otago Rugby Supporters Club will cease to exist after the end of the month.
The day before Stephen Findlay beat his neighbour to death with a blunt object, he tried to speak to his daughter.
The union representing Cadbury workers and a Labour MP are questioning Mondelez's motives after the multinational announced it could not find anyone to make Kiwi sweets in New Zealand.
Nearly a year after losing her father, Serenity-Grace Nielsen has found something to celebrate again.
Bus troubles have continued with more no-show services on the city's revised network, but the regional council is saying issues are not due to a staff shortage.
Dunedin is set to become an international hub of creativity late next month when it puts on a conference expected to attract people from as far afield as Italy and Papua New Guinea.
''All I care about is this guy getting caught,'' a St Kilda pub manager said after one of his staff members was assaulted during an attempted aggravated robbery.
The University of Otago has announced it will halve greenhouse gas emissions created by its energy use within three years.
The chick of celebrity albatross Toroa is the last young bird to spread its wings this season, leaving what has become a thriving colony at Taiaroa Head.
Sweeping proposed changes to the University of Otago's counselling service will make a bad situation worse, the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists says.
The children of a Seacliff man who beat his neighbour to death have described him as the most placid person they know.
Production for Cadbury confectionery will move to Australia after bids to find a local manufacturer failed.
A 60-year-old Seacliff man has been jailed for at least 11 years for “brutally” bludgeoning his neighbour to death.
Police are appealing to the public for help as they investigate an attempted aggravated robbery of a South Dunedin pub.
Police are asking people to review any home-based CCTV footage as they head into the fifth day of searching for Dunedin man Gordon Mclean.
Police are investigating two incidents in Dunedin in which men exposed themselves to young people.