Businesses have been "coned off" in Forbury Rd and St Clair Four Square owner Sandra Millar says customers are now avoiding the small St Clair shopping area.
Green Party co-leader James Shaw was lost for words after he was interrupted during a campaign stop in Dunedin by a curious insect.
Being appointed a station officer is an achievement for any firefighter, but for Barbara Olah it represents a positive societal change.
The efforts of members of the public to help put out a blaze near a Dunedin home probably saved it from destruction.
Paige Davis felt unsafe and demanded to get out of a car that she considered was being driven dangerously.
Dunedin’s Thomas Burns St car park appears poised to become a regular stopping point for the city’s freedom campers.
Oxford Court Lifecare residents (from left) Tony Roche, Roy Innes and Les Hodges show off the display they created to celebrate the recent International Maritime Day, in Dunedin.
A motorist accused of assaulting his female passenger after drinking all afternoon later threatened to kill police.
Two people have been taken to hospital after a vehicle crashed into the bridge near Otokia this morning.
It was slow and slippery going for many motorists in Dunedin this morning after snow settled on some of the city's roads.
A Dunedin co-housing development could lead the way for the rest of the country and help with affordable housing, a Green Party co-leader says.
More than 200 people took part, most of them online, in a symposium devoted to climate change, community and research in the creative arts, at the Dunedin School of Art at Otago Polytechnic at the...
If The Opportunities Party (Top) candidate Ben Peters was momentarily backed by National’s Michael Woodhouse for the Dunedin electorate, it is no longer the case.
Conditions are set to ease after a weather bomb lashed the South, bringing heavy snow and strong winds that disrupted flights, closed roads, and caused grave concerns for farmers.
If you thought you spotted a maui dolphin at a Dunedin beach at the weekend, that was a pile of rubbish.
A man who paid two young teenagers with cash and alcohol to provide him with sexual services has narrowly avoided a prison term.
Much of the University of Otago’s building programme could be put off for three or four years, after the Government rejected all five of its "shovel-ready projects" applications.