A 2m section of masonry has fallen from the former Dunedin Police Station.
Southern armed offenders squads are facing a record year for call-outs due to the escalating risk posed by illegal firearms and meth use.
The Otago Regional Council has unveiled its long-awaited central Dunedin bus hub plans and is seeking community feedback.
Police are searching for a group of girls who witnessed a man performing an indecent act at Dunedin beach at the weekend.
Fin Torrance, of Dunedin, holds his rose "Perception", which was awarded first place in the exhibition bloom category of the Otago Rose Society’s annual show.
Denise Price, of Green Island, donned a Mrs Claus outfit for the Green Island Christmas Market on Saturday and dispensed a basket of lollipops to children.
A stream of lively and colourful floats flowed along Dunedin's George St during yesterday’s popular Santa parade.
It's time to be on your best behaviour, Dunedin, because the big man in red has officially hit town.
A big crowd turned out to watch more than 80 floats and a white-bearded man dressed in a red suit travel down George St for the annual Santa Parade.
It's been a successful first year for the Perpetual Guardian Planetarium, with audience numbers exceeding expectations.
More than 80 floats, 150 children and a white-bearded man dressed in a red suit will descend on Dunedin's George St for the Santa Parade today.
Saddleview Pony Club celebrates its 40th anniversary this month. The group is based at the Dunedin Riding for the Disabled grounds in Fairfield.
Presbyterian Support Otago will have an office in South Dunedin from January next year, an organisation spokeswoman says.
South Dunedin will ring out with music this February when the inaugural South Dunedin Buskers Festival gets under way.
Sledgehammers will swing at the SPCA Otago centre in Opoho in February as the rebuild project is set to begin.
Visitors to Dunedin Botanic Garden will have a new vantage point for enjoying the view and feeding the ducks following the installation of a wooden pier.
As the Government considers a national tsunami text alert system, a Dunedin developer says the answer is already here.
New University of Otago research shows bacteria once dismissed as "simple" and "boring" can actually boost their defences to viral threats by "talking" to each other.
A Dunedin family wants as many marine reserves in the South as possible and believes the South-East Marine Protection Forum has fallen short in its proposal.
While you tick items off your Christmas shopping list, spare a thought for those who ensure your Christmas gifts reach the correct letterbox.