As one longtime Dunedin pub teeters on the brink of closure, a restaurant opens and the fate of both weighs heavily on the minds of Susanne and Richard Dagg.
A Dunedin grandmother issued a trespass notice by oil giant OMV says she has no plans to give up her fight.
A person received treatment from paramedics after a kitchen fire in the Dunedin suburb of Calton Hill this evening.
Mark Wellington cherished the final years he spent with his wife after she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma.
The final month of the decade proved to be a bumper one for home sales, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says.
The first albatross chick hatched at Taiaroa Head this season will grow up in the international eye.
Armed police were called to the Brighton Caravan Park in a search for a stolen vehicle earlier today.
After flying seriously ill children to Auckland's Starship Hospital, Dunedin man Tony McCombe wanted to give something back.
Responsible camping ambassadors are having a big effect on campers' behaviour and locals' attitudes towards them, authorities in the South's freedom camping hotspots say.
Moy Kim Ng experienced demanding work in Cantonese rice paddies and raised eight children, but even in her last years, the 108-year-old was a swift hand at poker.
A large commuter car park will have less space for vehicles when a long-delayed upgrade is finally carried out later this year, the Dunedin City Council says.
Work to plug sinkholes appearing above old coal mine workings in a Fairfield reserve is expected to begin within weeks, the Dunedin City Council says.
Dunedin's Pizza Hut stores are again the subject of health and safety criticism after a worker was snapped not wearing shoes while preparing food.
Ten years after a devastating car crash, the SDHB has apologised for not attempting to diagnose a former Dunedin man’s brain injury which likely contributed to years of an inability to hold a job and outbursts of anger.
Sometimes it takes intricate police work to crack a big drug case. Other times evidence falls into their lap.