Two people have been injured in an incident related to a car doing burnouts in South Dunedin this evening.
Students are uneasy and unhappy that Selwyn College was allowed to hold a ball for its 200 residents last night, despite lockdown conditions limiting numbers to 50.
Bureaucrats outside Dunedin must not hold sway on how and where the city grows, the Dunedin City Council is poised to tell the Government.
New Zealand’s domestic flight network could become a world-leading example of low-carbon flight if a newly announced joint research project fulfils its promise.
National leader Judith Collins says she is absolutely confident she will remain at the helm of her party.
The South’s Covid-19 vaccination rollout has hit top gear, and the region is leading the country in numbers of people who have had the first of their two shots of the Pfizer vaccine.
A Dunedin man blew $80,000 of his father’s nest egg on drugs while the victim became increasingly ravaged by dementia, a court has heard.
It may be the end of Maori Language Week but it will not stop a district court judge “plugging away at it’’.
The public will be heard on the proposal for a landfill near Brighton, the Otago Regional Council says.
Tomorrow marks Suffrage Day, the annual commemoration of the day in 1893 when New Zealand women earned the right to vote. To honour the occasion, the Otago Daily Times has spoken to five...
It was supposed to be a place of peace, but disagreements over a proposed memorial wall at the East Taieri Cemetery kicked off skirmishes at a contentious meeting of the Mosgiel Taieri community board.
Following months of concern about the future of Camp Sutton, the Otago Youth Adventure Trust has announced the facility has been sold to an Auckland couple.
A deeply concerning precedent has been set by the new security alliance between Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom, a University of Otago international affairs specialist says.
An electric bus will be tested on Dunedin’s terrain and could herald the introduction of an electric fleet.
Hopes of an imminent return to Covid-19 Alert Level 1 in the South have been dashed after the Government revealed it was wary of easing up on precautions while Auckland remained in lockdown.