One person sustained moderate injuries in a two-car crash near Blackhead this afternoon.
Dedicated Covid-19 testing centres are being set up in Dunedin and Invercargill as southern health providers prepare for the reappearance of the pandemic disease.
From purchasing pottery and "perfect" cheese rolls to fostering family ties, the "100% Dunedin" festive spirit of the Christmas Artisan Markets refused to be dampened by Covid-19 restrictions.
The Otago Regional Council will review its code of conduct after an eminent Dunedin lawyer called its present version not fit for purpose.
A man who decided to overtake a police car at 141km/h on Dunedin's Northern Motorway won't be getting behind the wheel again any time soon.
Southern child health services do not expect to be overwhelmed once the more infectious Delta strain of Covid-19 arrives in Otago and Southland.
The arrival of a new monowheel at the Dunedin Central Fire Station is set to make rescue operations easier, safer, faster and probably more comfortable.
If you would like a Wounded Carrot, a Burial at Sea, or even a Window in Spain, now is your chance to buy one.
Network Visuals employees Harry Smith (left) and Jake Szostak prepare to put the top on Dunedin’s Christmas tree in the Octagon on Saturday.
A 12-year partnership between the Ministry of Health and Otago university’s Maori Health Workforce Development Unit has yielded the university's largest number of Maori health professionals, who...
Prisoner Correspondence Network members (from left) Poppy Johns, Kirsten Gibson and Peyton Bond write festive messages in Christmas cards to people in prison.
Otago Regional Rescue Helicopters spent nearly 3000 hours in the air last year as demand for the service increased to new highs.
An orca sighting is an amazing, but not unheard of, experience for ferry service operator Rachel McGregor after 18 years working on Otago Harbour.
The way victims of a horrific fire at the former Seacliff psychiatric hospital should be acknowledged has yet to be determined, but there are plans to give visitors to the site much more context...
Author Renée Hollis admits she was a bit overwhelmed by the response she received when she put out a call for people to send her untold stories, letters, diaries and photographs from World War 2.