One gets the sense that once Harry Finch starts walking, there will be no stopping him.
The man accused of stabbing a sea lion pup to death can now be named after suppression lapsed this morning.
A woman with long-term psychiatric issues who injured a stranger while she was undergoing community-based treatment received inadequate care from the Southern DHB, the Health and Disability Commissioner has found.
Otago University says it does not have an official position to share on a potential diatomite mine near Middlemarch, which would result in 500,000 tonnes of the mineral being extracted from the ground every year.
The ex-girlfriend of a man accused of stabbing a young sea-lion to death said he spoke repeatedly about killing the animal.
A man accused of stabbing to death a sea lion pup became the focus of the police investigation after his daughter outed him as a suspect, a court has heard.
Dunedin educationist Denise Powell is convinced that further improvements in deaf education are needed, including adopting "co-enrolment programmes''.
A Dunedin police officer is warning of a telephone scam involving callers claiming to work for Spark NZ.
Many have been wondering who the woman in the pale pink dress and fascinator was at Harry and Meghan's wedding and the mystery has now been solved.
Emergency services work at the scene of a single-vehicle crash on Dunedin's southern motorway last night.
A firefighter plucked a man from the roof of a central Dunedin building after a couch caught fire, filling the upper floors with acrid smoke.
The Southern District Health Board's mental health directorate is working with the team delivering the rebuild of Dunedin Hospital about improving its facilities, new mental health director Evan...
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull is denying jumping the gun in his support for a controversial mining project near Middlemarch.
An alleged drunk driver was caught by police at a Dunedin bottle store after fleeing the scene of a crash yesterday evening.
It was billed as the Teddy Bear Hospital, but a diverse community of toys took the chance to receive a checkup at a community clinic at the University of Otago on Saturday.
A draft report reviewing South Island neurosurgery services will affirm a commitment to offering neurosurgery in Dunedin.
Dunedin police are appealing for information after a man was seen performing a lewd act at a sports field in the city yesterday.
About 30 members and supporters of Oil Free Otago assembled on St Clair Beach on Saturday, as part of the global Hands Across the Sand event.