Lime scooters have been taken off the streets of Mosgiel.
A judge in a rape trial in which a Dunedin man connected with his alleged victims through a dating app has urged a jury to avoid prejudice.
It may go against the grain to admit it, but Hayward’s Auction House co-owner John More is still scratching his head about the exact function of a mysterious item sold by auction last weekend.
A wheelchair user who spilled from his chair trying to navigate a well-worn detour says the response from the Dunedin City Council since he raised his concerns publicly had been "marvellous".
An alleged offender turned up at hospital with teeth marks in his forehead after a teenager was headbutted and lost two teeth in a Dunedin assault over the weekend.
Among the glitz and glamour of the Otago Boys’ High School formal was a 6-year-old girl, metallic stars shimmering on her dress and a toy unicorn in tow.
The impact of Covid-19 on the property market may not be as dramatic as previously thought because of returning New Zealanders who are keen to buy.
After more than 150 years of celebrating Scottish heritage, the Caledonian Society of Otago is winding up.
Sneaky stoats beware - proud prisoners have made traps to kill some of the pests terrorising the birds of Chain Hills.
Less than a quarter of people coming into Dunedin’s city centre walk, cycle or take a bus, a city centre advocacy group says.
Dunedin's substantial student population will be joined by people thinking of becoming students at a joint open day at the University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic on Monday.
Few 16-year-olds would turn down the chance to skip the rest of school and go straight to university - if they had the qualifications, that is.