Three teenagers are marched into the Dunedin Central police station after allegedly vandalising an abandoned office building yesterday.
The South Dunedin Early Years Hub will continue "in some form" for another year but lack of financial support means a doubtful future after that.
After four years of sobriety, a Kaitangata women fell off the wagon spectacularly, a court has heard.
Three people implicated in a recent spate of armed robberies at Dunedin dairies will have their names secret until they next appear in three weeks.
The Southern District Health Board has upgraded its radiology facilities and IT systems and has approached auditors about applying for its service to be reaccredited.
A mental health advocate is questioning why the University of Otago does not have a formal suicide prevention policy in place, four years after she asked for one.
Government backing for Dunedin's waterfront vision is being touted as part of a wider push to help fuel a resurgence of the city.
A Dunedin man who came home from a bar in a rage and throttled his partner while her horrified daughter watched says he won't give up the pub.
A Court of Appeal ruling on a Dunedin case, which has "changed the state of the law", has resulted in a man's jail term being reduced by five months.
Dental charity Smileplan says its offer of free treatment to two Otago Daily Times readers still stands - but they would have to be able to stay in Auckland for 3-6 months.
Construction managing director Anthony Leighs describes plans to train hundreds of Dunedin residents as tradespeople to build the new hospital as "fabulous in principle".
A raid involving armed police in Ocean Grove has led to the arrests of three people in relation to the recent spate of armed robberies at Dunedin dairies.
Living memorials in the form of 20 silver beech trees have been planted in the Signal Hill Reserve to honour past and present service men and women.
An international footballer who played for a Dunedin club has avoided a sex conviction so he can stay in NZ for knee surgery to prolong his sporting career.
New Zealand firms could take on the $1.4billion Dunedin Hospital build, but only if the job was split up into smaller contracts, Leighs Construction general manager Anthony Leighs says.
A crowd of cones lines Anzac Ave by the Dunedin Railway Station as contractors begin work on the $7million cycleway connection that will eventually link the city and Port Chalmers.
A University of Otago-led research team has taken issue with the ethics and scientific analysis of a study into a much-publicised alien-like "mummy", found in a Chilean desert.
A few eggs hit the dirt, some competitors were disqualified for holding the egg on the spoon and others managed to make it to the finish line with raw egg intact.