A St Kilda house has been damaged after a car crashed into it.
A Dunedin MP whose son was forced to cover up a culturally significant tattoo has helped push through new uniform guidelines she hopes will stop the situation happening again.
The Otago Regional Council has abandoned plans to ask Otago residents whether they want a change to how councillors are elected.
Testing the surface of the rainbow crossing at Dunedin Airport yesterday are Fulton Hogan employees (from left) Barry Johnson, Tony van Alphen and Tony McLellan.
Qualified firefighter Liam McCall stands in front of a house in Concord, Dunedin, which will be burned in a controlled manner to give firefighters from Dunedin and Southland training.
The tertiary education area of Dunedin is set to have improved cycling links with the central city and harbour shared path, at a cost of $2million and 25 car parks.
Testing the surface of the rainbow crossing at Dunedin Airport yesterday are Fulton Hogan employees Barry Johnson, Tony van Alphen and Tony McLellan.
A Dunedin hospice nurse who had her car broken into, allegedly by a 12-year-old boy on an eight-car stealing spree, says she feels sad for the young offender.
Massive waves, driven by southwesterly gale-force winds, make for a spectacular playground for Peta Smith and her Allanton grandchildren Andrew and Hamish Perry on Brighton Beach.
Despite concerns about a lack of diversity in Otago Regional Council’s leadership positions, a self-described "pale, stale and male" councillor has been appointed deputy chairman.
Federated Farmers has called for the Otago Regional Council to soften the blow of a projected 18% rates rise by dipping further into reserves or deeper into Port Otago profits.
The Otago Regional Council’s new code of conduct continues to block councillors from publicly speaking out against "illegal or muddleheaded" actions of council staff.
Public transport systems need to be more ambitious and flexible, Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins has told the Otago Regional Council.
Emergency services used a turntable ladder to extract a critically injured person from the first floor of a Central Dunedin Hotel this morning.
A Dunedin man was only hours out of prison before threatening a woman with "the strongest punch in the world", a court has heard.