Police are searching for a driver who fled the scene after a pedestrian was hit in the early hours of the morning yesterday.
Three people received minor to moderate injuries after two cars were involved in a head-on crash on Mt Cargill Rd, near the intersection with Donalds Hill Rd, yesterday evening.
Wildlife cruise passengers got more than their money's worth yesterday, when both the Monarch and Vivienne J came across a southern right whale in Dunedin Harbour.
Two helicopters were put on stand-by last night after two small fires sparked by downed power lines broke out in the Dunedin suburb of Sawyers Bay.
Police are praising the initiative of two truck drivers who helped bring a long-lasting pursuit to an end yesterday morning.
A cruise ship company whose procedural botches led to the death of a crew member has been ordered to pay his grieving family more than $250,000.
A superb breeding season may make a vital contribution to the future of the royal albatross colony at Pukekura, the Peninsula Trust says.
Cruise ship passengers on Viking Orion who were out of bed just after 6am were treated to a colourful sunrise as they entered Otago Harbour yesterday.
Saildrones successfully sail vast distances round the world but are facing their toughest challenges in the Southern Ocean, inventor and adventurer Richard Jenkins says.
The family of a 26-year-old Californian woman in intensive care in Dunedin Hospital is urging Lime to provide helmets with its e-scooters.
Having fun on the flying fox at Woodhaugh Gardens is Rosie Bermingham, of Auckland, who is on holiday in Dunedin.
Minor changes to the Otago Peninsula bus route are being celebrated as a major success for the community, but some say they have taken much too long to come to fruition.
Dunedin has its first royal baby of the year, with the hatching of the first Royal Albatross chicks at the Taiaroa Head colony.
Three people received minor injuries after two cars were involved in a head-on crash on Mt Cargill Rd near Waitati this evening.
A cruise ship company whose procedural botches led to the death of a crew member have been ordered to pay his family more than $250,000.
A 41-year-old man will appear in the Dunedin District Court today, charged with indecent exposure, following two complaints in the St Clair Esplanade area on Sunday.
Fifty years after starting their training as nurses, a group of old friends was reunited in Dunedin at the weekend, remembering what it was like to be 17 again, and how to giggle.
Helicopters were on standby this evening after two fires sparked by power lines broke out in Sawyers Bay.
A motorcyclist has received a leg injury following a collision with a car near Portobello this afternoon.