Warrington's UFO house has sold.
Police searching for a missing Dunedin man want to hear from anyone who may have seen his vehicle in the Catlins, where it was found yesterday.
Creating an ultra-fast broadband infrastructure for Dunedin will be as important for the city as building an electricity network was 150 years ago, Digital Community Trust chairman John Gallaher says.
Not many things really annoy Tobias Devereux but when he narrowly misses getting 100% in a maths test, it irks him - just a little.
A petition calling for the memorial of Dunedin photographer Riley Baker to remain in its present location is gaining support online.
Ringing a church bell looks pretty simple until you start yanking on the rope.
Education Minister Nikki Kaye says she is concerned to hear some pupils might be disadvantaged by changes to bus services in Dunedin.
The mother of a Dunedin North Intermediate pupil is in ''panic mode'' after learning the bus route which takes her son to school from St Leonards will stop running in two weeks.
The SDHB was yesterday back-tracking on what appeared to be an admission from its chief medical officer that delays in its urology department could have shortened the life of at least six cancer patients.
A freezing worker who ran a drug-delivery business around Mosgiel will be confined to his home for the next six months.
A Dunedin judge accused of bias and excessively intervening during a trial has been cleared by the Court of Appeal.
A petition calling for the memorial of Dunedin photographer Riley Baker to remain in its current location is gaining support online.
A person has been taken to Dunedin Hospital after a car reversed across a road and down a bank in Kenmure.
The Otago Regional Council is disappointed with Go Bus over the way it announced changes to school bus routes and has committed to look for potential solutions.
The SDHB has gone into damage control mode over a radio story about its troubled urology department, saying it never admitted six men would have a shorter life because of the delays.
Police have found missing Dunedin man Stephen Lowe's car.
Clocktowers, church bells, school bells and even mobile phones will ring across Dunedin today, to celebrate the arrival of the first royal albatross for the spring breeding season at Taiaroa...
Orokonui Ecosanctuary now has a sense of security after signing a new funding agreement.
Mosgiel woman Margaret Brookes remembers her 4-year-old daughter being so keen to attend Reid Park Kindergarten, under construction at the time, she called out to the builders to "hurry up and get finished".
After having three car wing mirrors smashed by passing vehicles this year, and a family car hit by a speeding vehicle, a Dunedin resident is worried her home is now on a busy bus route.