The Ravensbourne Boating Club's commodore says the club has no choice but to illegally flush wastewater into the harbour as a historical land ownership issue drags on.
In a draft response accidentally sent to media University of Otago proctor Dave Scott acknowledged entering a flat to confiscate bongs was "technically incorrect".
A failure by the Southern District Health Board to address issues with its ophthalmology service led to another man losing his sight.
A Dunedin man who robbed a liquor store then stabbed a police officer with scissors is still considered a ''significant risk'' of violence.
The Broad Bay Boating Club wants to turn a model into reality in time for its centenary celebrations.
More than a year after it was damaged during heavy rain, work to repair a popular Dunedin walking track is set begin soon - but will come at a cost.
A man who drank 12 RTDs on the drive from Dunedin to Oamaru told police, after a brief chase, he was simply driving some mates to Christchurch.
St Paul's Cathedral requires a certain serious and respectful demeanour from the visitor, not being the sort of place to foster rough, loud or boisterous behaviour.
Wintry conditions are expected to continue tomorrow as the MetService predicts light snow flurries to 100m in Dunedin and other parts of the South.
REVIEW: NZ professional pianist Michael Houstoun has been enthralling audiences internationally and in this country for more than 45 years. Last evening in Dunedin's Glenroy Auditorium the audience was reassured he remains ''top shelf'' in his trade.
The Municipal Chambers clock bells will stay silent around the middle of the day this week to provide peace and quiet for nearby Arts Festival Dunedin events.
The songs are the 20th century standards that most of us know: Come Rain Or Come Shine, Stand By Your Man, Amazing Grace and more.
Dunedin artist Megan Brady tries out her wall-to-wall carpet installation at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, A Quiet Corner Where We Can Talk.
University of Otago proctor Dave Scott says he was wrong to enter a flat while no-one was home and confiscate bongs, but doesn't think his actions make him a criminal.
Chilly Dunedin drizzle was never going to stop French tourist Georgia Bouffard (front, shredding) from enjoying a surfing lesson under the watchful eye of instructor Helena Sodergren.
Police have thanked members of the public who helped them apprehend a wanted man in Mosgiel yesterday afternoon.