A sex offender caught with a massive haul of child abuse and bestiality material will be released from prison this month.
Dunedin Airport’s own practices concerning birds do more to raise the risk to aviation safety than the proposed Smooth Hill landfill would, the Dunedin City Council’s aviation expert says.
There are 737 cases of Covid, 28 hospitalisations and two deaths to report in the South today, as national figures jump and the death toll passes 1000.
A Mosgiel man who sexually assaulted a woman who gave him a lift home from a bar left her feeling powerless and violated, a court has heard.
Screaming guitars, big hair, smouldering looks, very tight jeans and hoarse voices - you can expect a major late-20th-century musical flashback when Rock Tenors play the Mayfair Theatre in July.
The Ukrainian owners of a Dunedin business are desperate for a cheap and fast way to transfer money home after they were banned from using the eftpos machine in their store.
Psychopaths and people with antisocial personality disorders rarely mellow with age, new University of Otago research has found.
The first big flu season in several years has hit at least one Dunedin secondary school which has recorded daily absences reaching into triple figures.
A grim milestone was reached in the South yesterday as the region registered its 50th Covid-19 death since the start of the pandemic.
We are again asking people to vote to choose the name of the 14-tonne hammer commissioned to build the new Dunedin Hospital.
A Dunedin man who disturbed residents of the suburb of Wakari by yelling after allegedly crashing a vehicle was located by police and breath-tested.
Prominent Dunedin businessman, innovator and TV personality Sir Ian Taylor is to receive an honorary doctor of commerce degree from Otago University for his contribution to business and the city.
Some Dunedin residents were disturbed early today by a man running down a street yelling after crashing his car.
Hushed "cloak and scalpel" conversations in a dark, unpopulated corner of a staff cafeteria may soon become a thing of the past for medical practitioners.
One lane has been closed on Dunedin’s Southern Motorway after a soil-laden ute crashed into a barrier.
Southern health workers took to the streets to demand better pay as they took part in a national 24-hour strike yesterday.
A Dunedin woman was discharged from hospital and promptly arrested after allegedly assaulting a member of the public.