New footpath paving will soon be installed in part of Dunedin’s main shopping street, providing a glimpse of what is to come in the central city makeover.
More than 60 car parks are planned for the top of the track to Tunnel Beach to ease overcrowding at the landmark Dunedin tourism spot.
At least three people in Dunedin have fallen prey to attempted blackmail this week after sharing explicit images of themselves online, police say.
Police say they handed out free advice to a Dunedin woman on how to obtain money owed to her after intervening to stop a fight starting in Corstorphine.
Delegates at the New Zealand Home Loans conference at Forsyth Barr Stadium yesterday show off their haul of food cans.
Rugby may not be a popular sport in the Netherlands, but it was the draw for one young enthusiast coming to study in New Zealand.
Police were called and a driver left with a dented roof after a report was made about rocks being thrown from a Dunedin overbridge on to the Southern Motorway on Thursday.
Firefighters from Willowbank Station prepare to clean up after two cars collided in Leith Valley Rd yesterday.
Family members of a 21-year-old University of Otago student who fell 12 metres while rock climbing in the US this week say it is easier to count the bones she did not break in the accident.
Dunedin could have a more efficient, viable bypass of the central city by 2028 after a host of changes.
Otago and Southland yesterday recorded its lowest number of new Covid-19 cases on a Friday since mid-February.
A late flurry of nominations may well have ensured a series of robust election contests in the South.
It has been a challenging couple of years for the South and now, more than ever, we need astute and inspiring leadership to help restore the fortunes of the region.
Management of 75 Otago lakes is to come under scrutiny in a survey which could influence how thousands of lakes in the region are looked after.
A long-serving teacher and master in charge of rugby at a prestigious South Island school has been awarded $25,000 after a botched police investigation.
Three Otago homes have received top honours in a celebration of the greatest work by architectural designers the region has to offer.
Dunedin police issued more than $1500 in fines to 11 drivers after spending an hour looking for drivers using their cellphones in the central city on Thursday morning.
An aluminium-clad home, a hospitality facility, a hospital and a beachside crib have all taken top honours at the Southern Architecture Awards.