The restoration of Arthur Burns' grave in the Southern Cemetery has been a labour of love for an Emeritus Professor.
Dunedin second-hand stores have been inundated with students buying costumes for Orientation Week parties.
The popular Selwyn White Memorial Handicap tennis tournament will be held at Taieri Tennis Club, this morning.
Irish singer-songwriter Mundy and world music outfit ALDOC are bringing their New Zealand tour to the city.
Dunedin Maori fashion designer Amber Bridgman has been selected to showcase her designs at next month’s Melbourne Fashion Festival.
A Portobello cannon is in need of some wheels to restore it to its former glory.
Students have been doing more than the usual orientation traditions this O-Week.
Views of Otago Harbour have become a backdrop for the Back Beach Poetry Trail opened in Port Chalmers this morning.
Three high school pupils have been selected for the Willows Cricket Club touring team, and leave for Sri Lanka in April.
The levels of difficulty of Dunedin’s walking tracks are set to be scrutinised as part of an audit to gather data on the quality and gradients of the city’s tracks.
A Caversham liquor store has had its off-licence renewal application opposed amid concerns the store does not have a manager on duty at all times.
A stricken vessel off the Otago coast cannot be towed, and boaties are warned to stay away from it.
An elderly pedestrian was seriously injured when she was hit by a vehicle in Great King St, Dunedin, this morning.
Two people have been rescued from a sinking boat off the coast of Karitane this morning.
An expert at Auckland's Stardome has weighed in on reports of a bright light shooting across the skies over New Zealand last night.
Fears have been raised that motorists might fail to recognise a 3-D crossing in North Dunedin, putting pedestrians at risk.
Delta is being sued for more than $2 million by seven Saddle Hill property owners who say the company is to blame for a massive fire in 2015.
Dunedin deputy mayor Chris Staynes has welcomed a move by a not-for-profit organisation to seek a lessee to operate historic Otago Harbour ferry Elsie Evans.
Hairdressers are known for their ability to have conversations about anything with anyone at any time.
HMNZS Otago crew members (from left) leading weapons technician Ashleigh Crum, leading seamanship combat specialist Filomena Songivalu and ordinary hydrographic survey operator Josephine Sharp tie...