A teen who died in a crash in Dunedin at the weekend was a talented motocross rider who won national titles.
The first man in Dunedin to be arrested over breaching the Covid-19 lockdown took less than 24 hours to break the law, a court has heard.
A former Otago student who wounded three people in a bar attack has been refused parole because he requires more treatment in prison.
After fully recovering from a serious eating disorder, Kristie Amadio is bringing to Dunedin a message of hope.
A driver bound for Balclutha had their journey cut short on Dunedin’s Southern Motorway, after she was found to be more than four times over the legal breath alcohol limit.
The University of Otago has gained more than $4.2million, more than any other university, in the Health Research Council’s latest funding round.
A 54-year-old man has spent the night in a Dunedin police cell after making a false call to emergency services.
One year on from a Dunedin fire that burnt 30ha of scrub and closed several popular tracks, the vegetation shows resilience, Forest and Bird members say.
Emergency services rushed to a central Dunedin street after a rider came off their motorcycle yesterday, sustaining serious injuries.
Near-normal life is back. Concerts, sports events and parties are again allowed, but while people in the South are excited about living with fewer restrictions, some remain cautious.
A "crisis cafe" near Dunedin Hospital has been suggested as a way to help the mentally ill and take some of the pressure off its emergency department.
A person sustained moderate injuries when the car they were in collided with a tree in East Taieri this morning.
Drink-drivers were involved in crashes with parked cars and parking meters in Dunedin at the weekend.
Threatening and aggressive behaviour led to trespass notices being issued in Dunedin on Friday night.