Wild winds have caused problems in parts of the South, downing large trees and power lines, and drove a catamaran in Wanaka from its mooring.
A man accused of fracturing a partygoer’s skull during a street attack in South Dunedin has been cleared of any wrongdoing.
Jeremy Simons, a committee member of West Papua Support Dunedin, celebrates the flying of the Morning Star, the flag of Independent West Papua, as part of a series of international awareness...
Right in the middle of NCEA exams, just when Tomuri Spicer was starting to get worn down by the pressure, a spark of excitement has re-energised him.
Hard-hit by Covid-19 disruption, the Dunedin City Holdings Ltd Group has emerged from a difficult financial year with a net loss of $5.3 million - far better than a forecast $14.6 million loss.
A violent disagreement at a 21st birthday party led to a Dunedin man suffering a fractured skull, a court has heard.
Otago regional councillors want be more actively involved in decision-making about the future of South Dunedin.
The source responsible for up to 600 litres of diesel spilling into the Otago Harbour from a South Dunedin stormwater drain has "likely" been identified, the Otago Regional Council says.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has selected an image by a Dunedin school pupil to feature on her annual Christmas card.
Batten down the hatches again - MetService is warning Southern residents to prepare for severe gales reaching 130kmh in exposed places tomorrow.
Dunedin Symphony Orchestra (DSO) flautist Feby Idrus plays her woodwind family instrument in a mini concert at Silverstream School, in Mosgiel, yesterday.
Day one of summer has finally arrived, and to mark the occasion, the Otago Regional Council has issued a warning for people across the region to conserve water.
Two people caught speeding at more than 150kmh, while under the influence of alcohol, have been blasted as "bloody idiots".
Piper Lynne Clarke, of the City of Dunedin Pipe Band, performs in The Smith Gallery, at the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum yesterday morning, to celebrate St Andrew’s Day, the Scottish National Day.
Too much food is still being wasted, sitting uneaten on consumers’ plates, despite Covid-19 financial pressures on the hospitality sector.
Sport New Zealand says the likely closure of the national sports hall of fame in Dunedin is regrettable.
Otago Muslims are not sure suppressing content from the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch mosque shootings is doing the right thing by victims.