A Dunedin minister on a horror flight to Tauranga today has noticed nothing inspires prayer like a bang coming from a plane engine.
A steady stream of gun owners are arriving at today's collection event in Mosgiel, which appears to be running smoothly.
One person is seriously injured after a crash in Mosgiel last night. Meanwhile, the sole occupant of a car which crashed in Oamaru early this morning escaped without significant injury.
Authorities are trying to establish whether all funds placed with under-investigation Dunedin financial adviser Barry Kloogh were properly passed on to a managed fund.
Armed police converged on the Dunedin School of Art after a man reportedly brandished a gun yesterday afternoon.
In a happy ending to crow about, three "gorgeous" big roosters have been spirited away from a Dunedin rest-home to an impeccable new life at Blackhead.
Guinness World Records may have stripped Dunedin's Baldwin Street of its claim to fame, but locals haven't given up the fight yet.
A Dunedin man who owns several now-illegal firearms says he will not be attending the area's first collection event in Mosgiel today.
If you think Otago Museum production and projects officer Garry Gibson looks cramped sitting in a replica diving chamber, spare a thought for movie director James Cameron.
The heroes of marine search and rescue in Dunedin were honoured at an awards ceremony at Careys Bay Hotel, near Port Chalmers, last night.
A South Island robin has been photographed at Dunedin's Ross Creek Reserve for the first time in recent memory, offering hope predator control work can attract more native birds into the city.
A Christchurch business owner says he has "lost everything" because of an unlicensed Mosgiel builder.
Otago Museum's Sam Kingsbury and Moss Blackie (5) of Mosgiel, reflect on climate change at a school holidays pop-up display.
The police are flouting the rules on breath testing, carrying out tests in people's homes to catch them out sometimes up to two hours after they were last seen driving, a Dunedin lawyer says.
New Zealand fertiliser companies are accused of helping prop up oppression in the Western Sahara. By implication, so are all New Zealanders.
Within weeks of her release from prison, a Dunedin mother of two went from bank fraudster to benefit fraudster.