Forcing through water reforms is a cynical move by a Government that lost control amid a toxic debate, southern mayors say.
A draft report has been completed following an investigation into whether a former Dunedin bishop failed to deal with complaints of abuse.
A man was seen running from the scene of a crash involving four cars in Musselburgh Rise in Dunedin.
Covid-19 restrictions have been changed at Dunedin’s Moana Pool, meaning more than double the number of swimmers are allowed in the lanes.
Two years after the former head of southern Victim Support was jailed for child sex offences, he continues to claim his innocence.
Collecting rubbish at a ‘‘plogging’’ event held as part of Clean Up Week yesterday at Dunedin’s Harbour Molars was volunteer Francis Perry.
A vast amount of work needs to be done before New Zealanders know how their new-look health system will work, an Otago academic says.
At least one Dunedin medical facility has implemented new precautions for patients after news broke of two Christchurch Covid-19 cases this morning.
A man who provided the muscle in the honey-trap robbery of a grieving widower has been jailed for almost three years.
Pasting up a poster at the Otago Museum Reserve in Dunedin yesterday encouraging people to get vaccinated is Phantom Billstickers paster Jason Chadwick.
A disappointed Otago farming sector says it has been left in the lurch by the Environment Court’s interim decision on the Otago Regional Council’s water permits plan change.
A teenage driver accused of killing two people and leaving two others critically injured has been declined bail.
Millions of dollars are being pumped into Southern organisations in a bid to clean up their energy sources.
Santa Claus has had to say ho-ho-no to parading his sleigh in the streets of Dunedin this year as the city’s Santa Parade was cancelled.
Emergency services staff treat a man after he was involved in a crash on Mt Cargill Rd, near Dunedin, yesterday.
Girls at Columba College now have the choice to wear trousers to school, leaving just one high school in Dunedin without the uniform option.
A family has been left ‘‘devastated’’, ‘‘crushed’’ and ‘‘distraught’’ in the wake of a crash which killed a young Dunedin woman and her mother-in-law at the weekend.
Santa and his friends will not be parading down the main street of Dunedin when the festive season arrives this year.