Dunedin's Deep Stream water supply is expected to be back in service by the middle of next week, after testing confirmed it was now safe to drink following contamination after a major fire last month.
A decision to cancel Middlemarch trains has been temporarily stopped in its tracks after intervention from the Dunedin City Council.
An Ethiopian PhD student on a scholarship in Dunedin allegedly threatened to pour acid on his wife after their acrimonious split.
A Dunedin man says he was surprised when a senior constable served him trespass notices courtesy of fertiliser company Ravensdown and Port Otago yesterday.
Millions of dollars in non-compliance penalties incurred by Aurora Energy could be used for energy efficient initiatives, if Dunedin’s mayor gets his way.
Dunedin city councillors will consider sanctions against one of their own, when the findings of an investigation into ‘‘aggressive’’ behaviour by Cr Lee Vandervis are debated next week.
A Dunedin fire appliance has been taken off the road after a nationwide recall of a specific type of truck.
A Dunedin nurse was last week made a life member of the Red Cross for her volunteering work over the past 24 years.
A Dunedin woman whose daughter was murdered 22 years ago says the pain of her loss is as devastating as ever.
Dunedin primary school pupils have been left disappointed after a police-organised trip to the Central Otago Rail Trail was scrapped at the last minute because of a lack of funding.
Fires at Dunedin's Wakari Hospital this morning were lit by a patient in an acute mental health ward, the hospital has confirmed.
Momona Playcentre pupil Madison Higginson (4) sits in a cloud of nitrogen with fellow pupils at Dunedin Airport yesterday, during a demonstration by Otago Museum outreach presentation co-ordinator...
George Williams (7) gives cans to volunteer Magic Chirnside (15), while St Kilda firefighters Phil De Rooy (top left) and Jock Mackay look on.
It has become tradition for the festival committee to connect with nature in its last meeting of the year.
A PhD graduand who has pushed unsuccessfully to get his new wife into the country for his graduation tomorrow says the day will fall a bit flat without her — but it has to go ahead.
Otago schools and clubs are being invited to take part in a deep ocean research expedition, through ship-to-shore video calls.