The weekend bus service for Palmerston has been confirmed and will start on May 28.
Prominent Dunedin businessman, innovator and TV personality Sir Ian Taylor is to receive an honorary doctor of commerce degree from Otago University for his contribution to business and the city.
Some Dunedin residents were disturbed early today by a man running down a street yelling after crashing his car.
Hushed "cloak and scalpel" conversations in a dark, unpopulated corner of a staff cafeteria may soon become a thing of the past for medical practitioners.
Southern health workers took to the streets to demand better pay as they took part in a national 24-hour strike yesterday.
A Dunedin woman was discharged from hospital and promptly arrested after allegedly assaulting a member of the public.
Emergency services personnel check the remains of a car after it and a truck collided on Dunedin’s Southern Motorway yesterday morning.
Eagle-eyed lunar watchers would have spotted the final stages of a lunar eclipse as the moon rose over Otago Peninsula yesterday evening to the right of the Soldier’s Monument.
Getting through planned capital expenditure has sometimes been a struggle for the Dunedin City Council, but not this year.
Police are reporting "major benefits" from a joint trial in Dunedin where a police officer, a paramedic and a mental health nurse are dispatched together to attend mental health callouts.
Time to get your woolly hats and scarves ready - a cold blast is on the way, possibly bringing the southern region’s first widespread snowfall of the year.
The man behind a new apartment complex planned for Dunedin’s centre city hopes it will set an example for inner-city living.
No report was produced as a result of mediation between councillors and Otago Regional Council staff, the council’s chairman says.
A man who stabbed his partner to death outside their South Dunedin home has "limited understanding" of his risks, the Parole Board has heard.
A farming company has been fined more than $5000 after burning tyres, claiming it was unaware it was illegal.
A car veered off the road before crashing, ending up on its roof on rocks near Otago Harbour this morning.
Reports of suspicious activity in the Dunedin suburb of Burnside on Friday night led police uncovering meth pipes and live ammunition in a Dunedin property.
Dunedin police are reminding people to pick swim spots carefully, after a young man got into trouble at Tunnel Beach in big swells.