A Dunedin man’s discovery of a needle in a banana led to stock being pulled from supermarket shelves.
One of the eight women sexually abused by a social worker in a Dunedin girls’ home in the 1980s says all she wants is an acknowledgement of guilt.
A teenager who viciously beat his girlfriend has been freed from prison in a bid to stop him being recruited by gangs.
Contractors have been busy over the holiday period in Dunedin, catching up on grass and weed maintenance, the city council says.
Low oxygen and high temperatures appear to have caused the deaths of hundreds of eels and trout in Dunedin’s Silverstream.
Otago University says it will contact international students who could return to finish their studies in Dunedin as early as April as the Govt moves to ease border restrictions for some students.
The Meridian Mall is still searching for a new tenant to replace the H&J Smith department store, which is due to close on January 30.
While most hunkered down during the Level 4 lockdown, a Dunedin man flooded his former workplace and torched a man’s car just metres from where a woman and her child slept.
A stoush between two knights over the graphics used for the America's Cup broadcast appears to have been resolved.
Phill Boult has so many fond memories of rides in his father’s 1913 Alldays and Onions veteran car, but driving over Lookout Point is not one of them.
A stockpile of cardboard boxes awaits 38,000 books as staff at a landmark Dunedin bookshop prepare to pack up and move into a temporary home this month.
A Dunedin social worker who sexually abused eight girls in his care will have his case reviewed by a newly-formed body specialising in miscarriages of justice.
The man who will be in charge of major projects in Dunedin says listening and clear communication are crucial for establishing widespread support.
A brick fence in Mosgiel was destroyed and a parked car badly damaged when a car crashed into them overnight.
A woman living in one of Dunedin’s wealthiest suburbs is receiving backlash from nearby residents over a decision not to mow the grass verge in front of her home.
In an odd twist of fate, nearly 100ha of an Otokia dairy farm now looks like a piece of the Australian Outback — not because of a lack of water, but because there has been too much of it.
Senior secondary school pupils from throughout the country undertook a wide range of research programmes yesterday during the latest Hands-On at Otago week in Dunedin.