The Otago Regional Council will spend about $45 million over the next 30 years protecting the Taieri Plain from flooding.
With weeds, rubbish and pests plaguing the Dunedin Town Belt, a group of pupils are leading their peers in the charge to better appreciate and conserve our green spaces.
Churches around Dunedin will hold separate services for those without a My Vaccine Pass, but worship leaders are trying to keep it from creating a split in the community.
Shake the sand out of your togs and buy some new sun screen - great beach weather may be on the horizon.
Flats in Cumberland St are demolished in Dunedin yesterday to make way for new Selwyn College student accommodation.
The University of Otago is proposing making Covid-19 vaccinations, or government-approved exemptions, compulsory for all staff, students, contractors and visitors next year.
Roosters in Dunedin’s residential areas may well dodge a blanket ban, but they will need to be careful not to crow about it.
The Dunedin City Council has a fight on its hands over its landfill plans as 272 submitters opposed its proposal and only two came out in support.
Life-saving new flight routes are in the works to enable "otherwise impossible" missions for the Otago regional rescue helicopter service, thanks to funding from the Otago Service Clubs Medical Trust.
A Dunedin man who sold nearly $100,000 of cannabis over four months has dodged a term of imprisonment.
A meth addict who had been up for several days was part of a prolonged pack attack that left a man broken and bruised, a court has heard.
The death of a Dunedin man is being investigated by health officials and the coroner to ascertain whether it could be connected to the Covid vaccine he received 12 days earlier.
Be careful what you say next time you visit Otago Museum’s tropical forest, because other visitors may be hearing it loudly and often for many years to come.
Some retreat from Dunedin’s coastline is emerging as a favoured long-term approach for managing the beach between St Clair and St Kilda.
Cancer patients face an anxious few weeks after medical physicists, who support the radiation treatment patients need, confirmed three days of strikes and other ongoing industrial action.
A man who decided to overtake a police car at 141kmh will not be getting behind the wheel again any time in the next few weeks.
Police are reminding people to stay away from wildlife on Dunedin beaches this summer after reports a motorcycle rider was harassing endangered New Zealand sea lions at the weekend.
Otago Regional Council chief executive Sarah Gardner has pulled up councillors about lax mask use at its Philip Laing House offices.