A war medal long forgotten is at last in the hands of a Dunedin woman whose uncle was killed just before World War 1 ended.
A Dunedin man who routinely showed "complete disregard" for the safety of other road users has been locked up for 14 months.
The public will not know how changes to Dunedin’s central city one-way system could affect traffic flows through the city until after public engagement on the project ends next week.
It was quite unusual for a person to be convicted of arson twice, Judge Michael Crosbie said in sentencing a 40-year-old man.
The paint is flowing again at Cargill Enterprises in South Dunedin, after a vibrant art project earlier hit the wall during the Covid-19 lockdown.
A portable "nano forest" with 1000 saplings and other trees and close encounters with a native stick insect helped make an Orokonui Odyssey a hit in Dunedin yesterday.
Hospital trials of drugs used to treat hepatitis C patients, driven by a Dunedin campaigner, have been lauded after improving survival in Covid-19 patients.
A large seascape by Dunedin artist Simon Kaan is featured in a semi-transparent glass facade for a new hotel, "Ebb-Dunedin", in Filleul St.
A Balclutha man who assaulted his partner after a Covid-19-lockdown drinking session will keep his identity secret.
More than $12,000 has been raised to help return the body of a man killed in a Dunedin crash to his family.
Despite the Covid-19 shutdown and winter weather, mental health facility Ashburn Clinic is confident its new inpatient wing will be open by December.
Severe psychological trauma may cause adults to develop breathing problems, University of Otago researchers have found.
No-one was hurt in two incidents involving cars south of central Dunedin about 5pm today, emergency services said.
The Otago Regional Council is adding its voice to the chorus of concern about the bottled-water industry.
A Dunedin couple who claimed to have split up to commit benefit fraud of nearly $100,000 had their third child together while supposedly estranged, a court has heard.
Cook Islands people will dance their way to better health if Dunedin researcher Troy Tararo-Ruhe’s vision succeeds.