Dunedin police are keeping an open mind over whether two robberies within an hour yesterday afternoon were linked.
The challenges and engineering solutions involved in keeping the road to Otago Peninsula open were on show at a major conference in Dunedin yesterday.
The fundraising campaign to pay the surgery bill of a guinea pig reached its target yesterday.
Mental health workers at Pact, in Dunedin, will get the same pay rise as their colleagues, despite not being part of the equal pay settlement.
A Dunedin antique store owner feels vulnerable after being robbed by a masked man who claimed to carry a gun.
A woman died and four people were seriously injured in a two-car collision north of Dunedin yesterday.
The chance to donate items to foodbanks will be delivered in the Otago Daily Times on Monday.
The Southerner could once again be rolling into a railway station near you.
A plan for future investment in the University of Otago’s health sciences division will not involve moving resources from Dunedin.
The latest group of Syrian refugees arrived in Dunedin yesterday.
Owners of shops nearby a St Clair intersection targeted for an unusually shaped roundabout say they are yet to be convinced the plan will work.
Co-founder of the City Rise Up community group Meg Davidson is "outraged" bus shelters have been removed, before next week’s Otago Regional Council vote over a discontinued section of bus route.
Dunedin South MP Clare Curran is seeking an "urgent meeting" with Cadbury pledge founder Jim O’Malley to try to salvage his bid to manufacture Kiwi confectionery lines in Dunedin.
Otago Museum has benefited strongly from refreshment of the museum’s Southern Land Southern People gallery, and a new menu at the museum cafe.
A family is without a home after a house fire in Waikouaiti yesterday.
Emergency services attend a flipped trailer on Dunedin’s Southern Motorway yesterday.
People in Otago are being encouraged to take part in the latest annual nationwide Garden Bird Survey, which starts today and ends on July 2.
Kiwirail is spending almost $1million upgrading tracks in the Mosgiel area.
A mystery Delta worker in his 20s seen spraying roses at the Northern Cemetery was an early suspect in a mass rose poisoning, but was never identified.
Midwinter is here, and cold waters run deep. David Loughrey challenges Dunedin to take the 2017 Polar Plunge tomorrow, in the nude.