Charlie Loretan's proud of his creation, a jetpack he crafted at the Dunedin Public Library as part of the NZ International Science Festival on this week.
Two-thirds of responses so far to a survey on changes to Dunedin’s central city one-way system want it to remain as it is.
An Oamaru man arrested during the Level 4 lockdown deliberately coughed on police and told them "I've got Covid-19", a court has heard.
Trying to stop someone from drink driving earned a Dunedin Good Samaritan a broken pelvis for her efforts, after she was dragged along the road by a car.
Dunedin is the Southern District Health Board’s first choice should managed Covid-19 isolation facilities be set up in the South.
The man who stabbed a beloved miniature horse to death in a frenzied attack will appeal his sentence.
Otago Regional Council chairwoman Marian Hobbs has been ousted from her role, and Andrew Noone has been voted in as her successor.
A roofing project taking more than a year at the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum neared its end yesterday.
Snow has been falling in many parts of the South, including at the top of Dunedin's Northern Motorway, as a wintry blast moves through today.
A taste of what is to come has been revealed by iD fashion in the lead-up to its International Emerging Designer Awards.
A meeting to determine whether Marian Hobbs is removed as chairwoman of the Otago Regional Council could be over quickly.
A Dunedin student trying to scratch his eyeballs out has prompted a warning from police about drug use.
Scott Technology has had to let go of 20% of its global workforce, including 15 jobs in Dunedin, as a result of Covid-19 impacts.
Wild wintry weather hitting the South could bring snow to main highways, including Dunedin's Northern Motorway, and heavy falls are possible in some areas.
All councillors will be free to vote on whether Marian Hobbs should be removed as chairwoman of the Otago Regional Council tomorrow.