Emergency services have been called to the North Taieri area after a car was set ablaze on Silverstream Valley Rd, near the Waiora Scout Camp, tonight.
Two boys have landed themselves in hot water with both police and their parents after rolling a family member's car off the road in the rural back-blocks of Dunedin this afternoon.
The outlook for the commercial construction sector in Dunedin looks ‘‘healthy’’ as more consents spur a ‘‘steady pipeline of work’’.
Port Otago will embark on a major six-month project to remove 45,000cu m of excess dirt and rock from Flagstaff Hill, Port Chalmers, from Monday.
Last year’s ‘‘magnificent concerts’’ and the rise of non-commercial accommodation may be a factor in a decrease of guest nights in Dunedin in the year to March 31.
Training workers and jobseekers to meet the challenges of the Dunedin Hospital rebuild, centre city development and regional projects will require careful planning, experts say.
Armed police descended on a harbour-side Dunedin suburb following an incident allegedly involving a firearm early today.
Snow flurries are possible to 500m in Dunedin this evening, while Queenstown could be in for a light snowfall as a cold front moves up the country.
A driver was lucky to escape injury when their car crashed into two vehicles and rolled in Calton Hill early today.
Police are treating three cases of windows in Dunedin business premises being damaged as related, though have ruled out a firearm as the cause of the damage.
‘‘Horrifying’’ house prices and a ‘‘ridiculously’’ small number of properties for sale is making Dunedin ‘‘a seller’s market’’.
A Dunedin family is warning others to stay vigilant after a large ornate angel went missing from an almost 100-year-old family headstone in the Anderson's Bay Cemetery.
A man accused of kidnap and attempted murder will keep his identity under wraps until at least next month.
The company running two Dunedin Mitre 10 stores says it should not be "punished" for negotiations collapsing as the Employment Relations Authority "fixes" collective agreement wages for the company.
A three-time winner of a Maori school speech competition is calling for better education on the colonial history of New Zealand and its continued effects on tangata whenua.
Dunedin businessman and city councillor Doug Hall still hopes to help the Dunedin Fire Brigade Restoration Society find a new, central city home.