Dunedin police are appealing to the public for help to find a 15-year-old girl who has gone missing from Palmerston.
A "third-world approach" to the installation of fibre could be partly why Dunedin residents do not feature among the heaviest internet users in New Zealand, Animation Research Ltd chief executive Ian Taylor says.
The bodies of two people who died when fire ripped through a South Dunedin house yesterday morning are expected to be removed today, police say.
Twitter uses are slamming British comedian Jimmy Carr for a quip on the platform suggesting Dunedin needs an earthquake to transform it into a beautiful place.
The public's help is being sought in making a dilapidated section of the Water of Leith in North Dunedin more attractive and interactive.
The Dunedin City Council is yet to decide the fate of the former Sims Engineering building in Port Chalmers, but says speed is of the essence.
A playground in Nairn St, Kaikorai, that was re-surfaced, dug up and re-surfaced again within months.
A Dunedin brewery is continuing its commitment to preserving a small slice of the city's heritage.
A truck transporting gas tanks collided with another vehicle outside the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum about 4.10pm yesterday.
The Southern DHB's proposed primary care plan lacks detail and could lead to job losses, health sector unions say.
A sex offender who abused five girls over more 24 years has been denied parole after claiming he does not remember his offending.
After allegedly raping his pregnant partner, a Mosgiel man molested her while she breast-fed their son, a court has heard.
Many South Islanders may be vitamin D deficient, new research from University of Otago researchers suggests.
The hatching of the first chick of the breeding season at the Royal Albatross Colony at Taiaroa Head yesterday was a ‘‘very special’’ moment.
A decade ago, catching kingfish in Otago Harbour was rare.
A Dunedin boat hire institution has been left high and dry by nature.
Dunedin's water restrictions are on hold for now after recent rain and reduced water consumption combined to ease pressure on the city's supply.
A balcony built to replace the one that collapsed at a Six60 concert in Dunedin, injuring 18 people, lacks the proper consent, the Dunedin City Council says.
It has been a ``great'' experience for Sean Driver to return this week, as a volunteer helper, to a University of Otago summer science camp which he first attended in 2014.
A mass of green plant in and around much of Dunedin's Andersons Bay inlet has been identified as a harmless form of sea lettuce and not toxic algae.