A car crashed into a lamp-post in Moray Pl this morning and has reduced traffic to one lane.
Thousands of dollars are being poured into a project to stop the degradation of a historic Otago site.
A kitchen fire in the Dunedin suburb of Corstorphine today was caused by cooking that had been left unattended.
Dunedin was flooded with visitors yesterday as three cruise ships were in port, carrying up to 10,000 passengers and crew.
Lilly Freeman isn’t quite sure how old she is. Depending on how you look at it, she will either be turning 1 or 4 next month.
The number of prisoners locked up in Otago is dropping, as the minister responsible says a potential crisis has been averted.
One person suffered minor injuries after a tractor rolled in Chain Hills Rd, near Mosgiel, this morning.
Plenty of sunbeams were shining when the 66th annual Dunedin to Brighton Veteran Car Rally began at the Octagon at the weekend.
Croquet, skipping ropes and competitive biscuit dunking were the order of the day at a high tea with a Victorian twist in Dunedin yesterday.
It is time for Dunedin residents to put their thinking caps on about the city's waterfront development, writes heritage developer Stephen Macknight.
Former Dunedin to Brighton veteran car rally co-ordinator Boyd Wilkinson is keen for Dunedin’s traditional Festival Week to be revived.
An engineer will inspect the Allied Press building in central Dunedin this morning after a large piece of masonry fell onto the footpath overnight.
Despite a 20% increase in the number of freedom campers around Dunedin so far this season, resident complaints and the number of infringement notices handed out have halved.
People who hire DVDs from Dunedin Public Libraries are keen on detective stories, murder mysteries and ‘‘Scandi noir’’, figures show.
More protein-rich snacks and other improvements are needed to counter a big problem arising from more than half of aged care residents not eating enough.
For the past 10 years urban permaculturist Rory Harding has been growing a burgeoning food orchard in the back yard of his George St home. Tim Miller visits the urban orchard to discover what it is...
Traffic was disrupted in part of Dunedin for more than 20 minutes this afternoon after the railway level crossing warning system malfunctioned.
International oil giant OMV’s use of private investigators to pursue climate activists in Dunedin is "quite unnerving", one of those being targeted says.