A conveyor belt at Port Otago was badly damaged following a fire at the facility yesterday.
A bus driver and the blind woman he knocked over have shared an unlikely embrace outside court.
Babies born under midwife-led care have suffered more incidents of damage than those whose mothers were looked after by doctors, according to new research.
New rules designed to curb the worst excesses of our booze culture are beginning to bite, but sections of Dunedin’s hospitality industry say they are now the target of a heavy-handed crackdown by officials.
Sam Chin says he hasn't changed in 38 years. The problem is, the industry has.
Who knew there were so many old mobile phones just lying about, gathering dust in Dunedin?
A KiwiRail flatbed wagon carrying two coal containers derailed at the Dunedin Railway Station yesterday.
The bus and coach industry will come under close scrutiny in Dunedin this week.
A massive smoke cloud rising near Milton yesterday prompted queries about the possibility of an explosion.
Grey Power members from ''Oamaru down to Bluff'' are worried about Dunedin Hospital's future, the Southern District Health Board has been told.
Eleven female candidates for the Dunedin mayoralty and council was cause for celebration at a candidates forum at the Dunedin City Salvation Army Hall last night.
A Dunedin mayoral candidate has refused to answer allegations he ''grossly misrepresented'' the comments of a sitting councillor.
Special votes officer Greg Sligo holds a box for voting documents at a special polling booth at the Blueskin Bay Library yesterday.
Asbestos has been found in Dunedin's historic courthouse, but the Ministry of Justice says it will not affect rebuild plans.
Justice Minister Amy Adams is to review the decision to strip South Dunedin soft drinks company Wests of its liquor licence.
We will find you and we will kill you. That's the message the Otago Regional Council is set to issue to Bennett's wallabies that enter its territory.
A knife-wielding man who paraded around in public with his shirt off, challenging people to fight him, has been jailed for nearly two years.
British band Jethro Tull have included a Dunedin date as part of New Zealand tour next year.
The Minister for Primary Industries has approved a customary fishing reserve in Otago Harbour following an eight-year consultation and proposal process.
One of New Zealand's largest liquor companies says an Otago University vice-chancellor's ''rant'' about North Dunedin liquor outlets lacks ''intellectual rigour''.