Oncologists are calling on southern MPs not to contribute to "the continued ill health and deaths" of constituents by supporting the repeal of smoke-free laws.
A man driving a car with false number plates was found with methamphetamine and cocaine, Dunedin police say.
Fifty volunteers from Dunedin churches spent the first two days of summer cooped up inside packing Christmas food boxes for Otago families.
Dunedin Gasworks Museum Trust’s chairman Jonathan Cweorth with a cake made for the gasworks’ 160th anniversary yesterday with Dunedin city councillor Sophie Barker (left) and founder of the Southern Heritage Trust, Ann Barsby.
There is a relentless need for Dunedin’s night shelter. Mary Williams talks to manager David McKenzie about his work at the frontline of homelessness.
A man has been seriously injured after a four-wheel driver crashed off a track above him in Dunedin.
The annual Green Island Market Day was back and better than ever to herald the first weekend of the silly season.
An allegedly drunk man out for an early-morning drive parked his car in the middle of a Dunedin street, prompting a police callout.
Dunedin police say they found drugs after a driver's speedy escape from officers came to a grinding halt when his car broke down.
Firing pottery in the raging flames of a diesel-powered kiln is less common than other methods, but a Dunedin potter says it creates the best results.
The Dunedin Dance Academy Intro to Dance group perform their routine "Blue" at the Mayfair Theatre yesterday.
Satellite tracking of collared wallabies could be used to seek and destroy groups of the introduced, unwanted pests in the South.
Cold weather did nothing to dampen Dunedin’s Christmas spirit when Santa came to the city yesterday.
Rising groundwater could cause permanent surface flooding in parts of South Dunedin as early as 2030.
A shop owner says her trade has been cut in half by George St roadworks and the Dunedin City Council should be doing more to help businesses.
Octagon business owners say the area is in need of an upgrade, but are unsure about the proposed multimillion-dollar price tag.
Dunedin’s Arai Te Uru Kōkiri Centre yesterday saw a class graduate with a certificate in whānau ora.