Two people in a burning Dunedin flat had to jump for their lives from the top storey as it became engulfed with flames.
The Green Island School community is rallying around one of its own as the school prepares to put a team in next month's Relay for Life Dunedin 2016 event.
Dunedin's literary riches are being recorded in a digital database to help promote the city’s writing and writers to the world.
An Otago Polytechnic occupational therapy lecturer and her students are running a project to help visually impaired Dunedin residents.
Owners of some older properties in North Dunedin once sought-after as student accommodation are struggling to let them, property managers and investors say.
A Dunedin woman in discussion with Housing New Zealand over keeping two "slipper-sized'' dogs says vulnerable people are put under unacceptable pressure by the system.
Some City Rise schools have been left frustrated they were in the dark about the release of a child sex offender in the area.
Rising international tensions over disputed areas in the South China Sea could be reduced by nations taking a leaf out of the Antarctic Treaty approach.
The announcement that Cobb & Co will return to Dunedin early next year has been met with excitement among families and businesses in the city, backers say.
The Waverley bus service will be tweaked on Labour Day after controversial changes in August left some passengers waiting for more than half an hour on the bus.
Three Otago rugby players swapped rugby balls for paint brushes to raise money for charity this week.
Dunedin Airport had to be evacuated for about 30 minutes today in what turned out to be a false alarm.
A woman has suffered a head injury after a car crash in Dunedin's Cumberland St.
The yellow and red uniforms of 115 St Clair surf life-savers are set to become a regular sight on the Dunedin beach once again.
An interactive display has been installed at the Otago Museum Tropical Forest’s Discovery Zone.
Fundraising efforts for the University of Otago humanities division hit a hurdle at the $6 mark yesterday.
The spectre of hospital services shifting to Christchurch is an often-voiced concern in the South, but there is nothing to worry about, Canterbury DHB CEO David Meates tells Eileen Goodwin.
In the third of a three-part series focused on the Dunedin Hospital rebuild, health reporter Eileen Goodwin travels to Christchurch where hospital designs differ "radically" from the past.
The upgrade of a part of the city’s infrastructure that contributed to severe flooding last year is nearing completion.
Worksafe has started a safety review of Delta after a whistleblower raised serious concerns over the lines network it maintains.