Police accept that an officer's use of a Taser when a man resisted arrest in Dunedin last year was not just justified.
When a car crashed into Paul and Chessa Mierzejewski’s home office in St Kilda, the Dunedin couple did not know what they would do. That was until a Good Samaritan came along.
A meeting will be hosted by a group of Dunedin residents concerned about a potential new landfill site.
Strong domestic support over the school holiday period is keeping Dunedin accommodation providers afloat, Otago Motel Associa0tion president Alex Greenan says.
More than $250,000 was given to "premier events" in Dunedin last month, the Dunedin City Council has revealed.
Dunedin emergency services were called to a crash involving four cars on an icy Southern Motorway at Fairfield this morning.
The former student representative for clubs at the University of Otago has revealed a complaint about sexual misconduct has been laid against him.
Launching the University of Otago’s online MBA degree in China is likely to double the degree’s overall intake and generate $2.8 million in extra income.
Dunedin list MP Michael Woodhouse says he's disappointed at being stripped of his health spokesman’s role but enthusiastic about new roles given to him by new National leader Judith Collins.
Sloane Smith, of Dunedin, hugs a gnome as she prepares for the latest July gnome hunt at Glenfalloch Gardens.
After bookings for a booming tour business stopped after Covid-19 hit, a Dunedin business woman decided to "change it up" rather than concede.
No-one was badly hurt when a car hit a lamp post at the McBride St-Rankeilor St intersection in South Dunedin today, police said.
A Dunedin woman used social media app Snapchat to run a mobile drug-dealing operation around the city, a court has heard.
The Hella Mega Tour, which included headliners Green Day, will no longer be going ahead at Forsyth Barr Stadium, after the Australasian leg was cancelled due to Covid-19.
Michael Woodhouse says he is disappointed of losing his role as the National Party health spokesman but respected his new leader's decision.
If planners get proposed road changes wrong, they could bring Dunedin city centre traffic to a standstill, the New Zealand Automobile Association says.