Eighteen years after a student was killed while riding in a wheelie bin down a Dunedin street, police found young people at it again on Saturday.
A Dunedin property sale gone wrong has led to a Court of Appeal judgement that cautions would-be house buyers to do all they can to fulfil their side of the deal.
A woman has been charged after allegedly ramming police with a stolen car during a pursuit near Dunedin at the weekend.
The ombudsman is investigating the Otago Regional Council after a councillor complained it privately discussed important documents.
A Dunedin resident has shot a stunning timelapse video showing the extent of a massive blaze which is visible from across the city.
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Fire and Emergency New Zealand (Fenz) has evacuated a number of properties as a major vegetation fire rages in the hills above Dunedin.
Old furniture, countless spray paint cans, a 44-gallon drum and some unidentified objects were all hauled from the Harington Point Battery site on Saturday.
Judging by the festive hat of the moderator, last night's Dunedin City Council candidate meeting was always going to be a circus.
Doves flew from the steps of St Paul's Cathedral yesterday after a service of celebration and thanksgiving for the 150th anniversary of the Anglican Diocese of Dunedin.
The much-acclaimed Dunedin Study has received another accolade, its leader, Prof Richie Poulton, being awarded one of the University of Otago's most prestigious prizes, the Distinguished Research...
The Southern District Health Board's national bowel cancer screening programme has become the first in the country to detect more than 100 cancer cases.
Dunedin musical great Martin Phillipps has been featured in newspapers and magazines throughout the world, but he probably never envisaged appearing in the pages of the world's most prestigious...
Ramming opposition players up against walls, poking them with foreign objects, even driving over the top of them - it is behaviour that would likely see footballers sin-binned on a sports field.
Accomplished Dunedin nature photographer Jack Aubin gained further success yesterday, winning the Dunedin Town Belt Kaitiaki Photography Competition.
The man brought in to help resolve longstanding differences involving the Southern District Health Board's gastroenterology service has been given a free rein.
Dunedin rock royalty will top the bill as the Vogel St Party returns to the city's calendar next month.
A former immigrant fighting for unpaid wages earned in Dunedin is slamming the Government for the time it took to investigate his now bankrupt employer.