Six months after the violent end to their relationship, a victim stood in court and told the man who had isolated her from her friends and family "it’s over".
Southerners flocked to be tested for Covid-19 yesterday, after Wellington shifted to Alert Level 2 following a weekend visit by a Sydney man suspected of having the highly infectious Delta variant.
Matariki is strengthening the bonds between three rural schools as Lee Stream School hosted a fun day to learn about Maori new year.
A sex offender who went on a $120,000 burglary spree to service his meth addiction will remain in prison until at least next year.
Two people were injured when a car crashed into the side of a supermarket in Mosgiel this afternoon.
Council and health officials are having discussions this week to confirm what needs to happen before Waikouaiti area tap water is declared safe to drink.
Retired farmer Brian Oldham surveys a muddy section of Ramrock Rd, west of Bucklands Crossing, near Waikouaiti.
Dunedin and Wanaka are among Otago hot spots in a mild start to winter seemingly set for the record books.
Senior staff of New Zealand’s new national vocational education provider were at Otago Polytechnic yesterday to consult with polytechnic staff as they prepare to establish a network of New Zealand...
The lanterns are ready and people are primed for the Dunedin Midwinter Carnival, which will light up the Octagon on Saturday night.
It is unclear how much longer the Dunedin City Council’s application for a proposed landfill south of the city will remain on hold.
Dunedin needs an immigration office to handle international students’ Covid-related issues, a Dunedin city councillor says.
Setting off on a spooky torch-lit tour of Larnach Castle after hearing ghost stories are (from left) Amy McCormack, Alveera Hynes, CJ Janssen and Narelle Jakeway.
Suspected possums on the roof turned out to be something more severe, when a garage collapsed in Opoho yesterday morning.
The man allegedly responsible for a stabbing frenzy at a Dunedin supermarket has denied charges of attempted murder.
While other district health boards are facing crowded mental health wards and placing patients in rooms not designed for purpose, the Southern DHB is using fewer of its acute mental health beds.
Southerners who were in Wellington last weekend and have since begun to feel ill with Covid-19 symptoms are being urged to arrange a test.