They came, they sang, they conquered.
A Dunedin man who groped a sleeping woman provided the most damning evidence at his own trial — photos of the sex attack.
The Dunedin City Council has lifted the "do not drink" notice for water supplies to communities north of the city.
There is no pay increase for Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins, but his colleagues have received a small rise.
A digger tears down a Dunedin building on the corner of Crawford and Jervois Sts, which is owned by the Salvation Army, on Monday night.
Investigating the impact of diabetes on access to cancer services, improving the health of Maori affected by psychosis, and a new stomach cancer drug delivery system are some of the areas of...
More than half of Otago and Southland people believe the internet is more dangerous than it was five years ago, a new online safety study shows.
Many families go out of their way for each other, but not all siblings would put on a concert in support of their younger brother.
Building standards need to be strengthened if a national vision promoting healthy homes is to be realised, Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins says.
A significant number of high security prisoners will be moved to Otago Corrections Facility after the closure of two Christchurch units that are no longer fit for purpose.
Highlanders and All Blacks player Shannon Frizell will miss two games after appearing in court on assault charges.
The success of a movie filmed across Otago will help reaffirm on a global scale the "fantastic" location, crew and skills the region’s film industry has to offer.
When Bruce McMillan installed Dunedin’s first computer, it was slightly larger than the pocket-sized devices available today.
A man who killed a miniature horse, stabbing it 41 times, will be released from prison four months early.
A Dunedin 21-year-old allegedly raped two women at the same Orientation Week party, a court has heard.
Mosgiel residents say trial road changes to make the school run safer for local children are not working.
Demolition of the old Scribes bookshop in North Dunedin has resumed. It was halted in April because the developer didn't have a building consent, but the necessary paperwork, including archaeological authority, is now in place.