The children of a Seacliff man who beat his neighbour to death have described him as the most placid person they know.
Production for Cadbury confectionery will move to Australia after bids to find a local manufacturer failed.
A 60-year-old Seacliff man has been jailed for at least 11 years for “brutally” bludgeoning his neighbour to death.
Police are appealing to the public for help as they investigate an attempted aggravated robbery of a South Dunedin pub.
Police are asking people to review any home-based CCTV footage as they head into the fifth day of searching for Dunedin man Gordon Mclean.
Police are investigating two incidents in Dunedin in which men exposed themselves to young people.
Dunedin's city leaders say a residents' opinion survey showing a 15-year high in satisfaction with the Dunedin City Council continues an improving trend.
Dunedin's traffic may seem like one of the city's best features, but this year's residents' opinion survey has thrown the issue up as one people are least satisfied with.
No trucks on State Highway 88 is the future Port Otago imagines for the harbour.
A wind-driven weather phenomenon is expected to bring warmer temperatures to Otago at the end of this week.
Dunedin veterinary science student Paul Blondell is looking forward to finishing his studies so he can ‘‘get out there and make a difference’’.
A scholarship student says his arrest on drug charges has been a "blessing in disguise''.
A Dunedin man who spent months on the run before ramming a police car and being bitten by a dog has failed in his appeal.
You can cut the road toll to almost nothing, but you have to let a computer control your car. Otago researchers are contemplating the social, scientific, ethical and legal issues arising from technology such as driverless cars.
Fairfield School pupils were greeted by a million-dollar-plus makeover when they headed back to school after the term break yesterday.
Dunedin Hospital patient Jane Pemberton admits going under anaesthesia was slightly daunting.
Relocating Techion Group to Invermay will enable the animal parasite diagnostics company to upscale manufacturing and ramp the business up, managing director Greg Mirams says.
An 8m kaka mural which now graces a Northeast Valley wall will act as a symbol for residents trying to encourage the native birds to flock there.
A Mosgiel woman cried when a dispute with a neighbour over a tree escalated yesterday.
Two Dunedin city councillors plan to act to stop information on staff salaries at council-owned companies being cloaked in confidentiality clauses.