Dunedin interior designer Annie Simpson-King has been busier than ever.
Part of a tree fell in Dunedin’s main shopping street yesterday, blocking some of the footpath on the eastern side of George St.
Three University of Otago professors have raised more than $7600 for the student relief fund by cycling 1400km from Dunedin to Nelson.
On average, Sophie Taele works with about 25 different Dunedin families each week, who are dealing with family violence issues.
A 28-year-old man faces five charges, including assaulting police, after police received a complaint of a car speeding and tailgating in a road works area of Portobello Rd, Dunedin.
Speeding drivers are prompting fears for the safety of road users and workers at roadworks sites in the South.
Firefighters attend a kitchen fire at Pizza Bella, in Mosgiel, yesterday. Pizza boxes on top of a pizza oven which was left on overnight were believed to have been the source of the fire.
A treasured son of Dunedin’s music scene, Graeme Downes, is reassessing his life priorities after recently being diagnosed with cancer.
A Dunedin man who threatened to chop up a care worker had to be pepper-sprayed after throwing a knife at police, a court has heard.
Otago Regional Council rates of $6 million are outstanding after the due date at the end of last month.
An initiative established to combat family violence in Dunedin celebrated its first birthday yesterday, and already it is starting to have an impact on family harm incidents across the city.
A Dunedin trio trashed and flooded a historic building during three hours of wanton destruction during lockdown, a court has heard.
A Guns N' Roses super-fan not only has a flash Slash being airbrushed, but has also splashed cash on a Slash axe.
A Milton man who bundled a woman into public toilets and raped her will remain in prison to undergo more treatment.
The original vision for an interfaith prayer area at Dunedin City Library — with a separate Muslim space — could be revamped.
Proud mum Linda Duncan welcomes home her two-time world champion motocross-riding daughter, Courtney, at Dunedin International Airport last night.
Dunedin forensic anthropology researcher Jade De La Paz aims to strengthen the science used to identify crime victims and missing persons from skeletal remains.