South Island police are on the hunt for a man they say is armed and dangerous and travelling in a stolen car.
A ''dangerous'' man reported as missing from Wakari Hospital in Dunedin yesterday was found at the facility last night.
Buried within Budget 2017 was the release of a discussion document proposing to reform the income tax deductibility of feasibility expenditure. Deloitte Dunedin tax partner Peter Truman said the...
More than $50 million is projected to be pumped into Dunedin as an Ed Sheeran carnival rolls into the city over Easter weekend next year.
After facing unrelenting pressure to up its game, Aurora Energy says it has stepped up to the challenge. Vaughan Elder reports.
Lavish bacchanalian indulgence Trenz is coming to Dunedin next year, and the city’s tourism industry — in fact the city itself — has a chance to really impress foreigners both from New Zealand and...
When Corey Te Hei learned he had to dress in pink for Pink Shirt Day yesterday, there was a moment of dread.
Further testing of lead found at five Dunedin primary schools has found there is "little risk" to pupils.
Police have hit out at social media users peddling alcohol to minors in Dunedin, warning them they are in line for a $2000 fine.
A popular inner-city Dunedin bar and cafe with a string of noise complaints could lose its liquor licence if the noise is not reduced.
An SUV crashed through the wall of a Dunedin gymnasium yesterday after the driver accidentally put her foot on the accelerator.
Mondelez International is calling on potential manufacturers to express their interest in manufacturing "iconic Kiwi products", including Jaffas, Pineapple Lumps and Buzz Bars, in this country.
Why write down a number when a picture can give better perspective?
A trial of blue lights on the centre line of Otago roads which flash in icy conditions has ended with questions about their reliability.
The Dunedin Midwinter Carnival procession route will double in length next year.
From today, Dunedin McDonald’s customers will be able to buy the Otago Daily Times and give to a charity helping families in need.
A Dunedin man spent the night exposed to chilling temperatures after falling from the Frasers Gully track and injuring himself on Thursday night.
China is pumping billions of dollars into an international network of motorways, ports and railways to promote world trade. New Zealand won't escape the impact, Chris Morris reports.
Dunedin police are searching for a man who disappeared from Wakari Hospital and is considered dangerous.
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