A noisy, enthusiastic orange tide swept along George St and into the Octagon yesterday, as 900 children were hailed as traffic safety heroes.
Corrections has apologised to the victim of a psychopathic sex attacker after he sent her letters from prison following his arrest.
Strath Taieri School principal Emma Barker has tendered her resignation in the wake of a Ministry of Education report which found pupil achievement and wellbeing were at "serious risk" at the school.
Two would-be robbers who went to great lengths to rip off a travelling band were thwarted by an aggressive dog, a court has heard.
Following allegations of the misuse of Ministry of Education funding at Carisbrook School, embattled principal Ben Sincock has resigned.
Dougal Stevenson looks back on being the first person to read the national news bulletin, which was broadcast on November 3, 1969.
A respected Maori elder has deplored the brazen graffiti of a 115-year-old statue of Queen Victoria in Dunedin.
A Dunedin doctor told police the theory he killed a teenage girl to stop her destroying his career was "absurd".
The person who bought a stolen ride-on lawnmower from a social media page has been asked to contact police.
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Vampires in the community was written in 2017 and wisely banned from publication and entombed deep within the Allied Press building. Until now.
Otago Polytechnic product design students have been working with long-established Dunedin firm Otago Furniture to develop furniture for a diverse range of purposes.
The Dunedin City Council and Department of Conservation need to be held to account over the large blaze near Middlemarch earlier this month, a farmer says.
University of Otago's process for handling a medical school rort has been "seriously deficient", the Resident Doctors Association says, and raises concerns about the impacts on hospital wards.
Traffic and parking frustrations are growing in Dunedin, but so, too, is the city's sense of prosperity, the results of the latest Residents' Opinion Survey show.