A document Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis relied on to argue against Covid-19 vaccine passes was revised by the Ministry of Health because of its use — or misuse — by anti-vaccination groups.
An afternoon complaint over motorcyclists culminated in evasion of arrest and alleged death threats in Normanby yesterday.
A vision for restoring a wetland in South Dunedin has earned an Otago Polytechnic student a top award.
Planned improvements to a bus service between Dunedin and Palmerston could be scaled back due to a funding problem.
Just minutes before a man went on a stabbing spree in a Dunedin supermarket he made a chilling comment to a friend.
AN attempt will be made to get the Otago Regional Council and Dunedin City Council to work together on public transport.
Inflatable tentacles burst forth from Otago Museum in Dunedin as events co-ordinator Rachel MacJeff and marketing co-ordinator Charlie Buchan wave from the balcony yesterday.
It will be at least another week of driving at 70kmh for users of Dunedin’s Southern Motorway as circumstances combine to delay essential parts for a barrier repair.
Proposed district plan changes putting extra requirements on building houses in some residential zoned areas might have a chilling effect on future development, a Dunedin City Council hearing panel...
Nurse shortages continue to hinder the Southern District Health Board’s efforts to achieve safe staffing requirements, despite its plans to do so being audited and approved.
The Southern District Health Board’s deficit is creeping up again, to more than double what was budgeted.
The first of more than 40 lowered speed limits for Dunedin streets and roads take effect from this month, with the rest to follow in the new year.
Police have confirmed they are investigating a robbery and associated serious assault in Maori Hill about 2am on Sunday.
The Southern DHB has been told to apologise to the family of a prisoner who died in a suspected suicide, after an investigation found failures in how prisons and health boards communicated.
Fencing has gone up around BP North, in Cumberland St, after the service station closed permanently recently.
Police are warning partygoers about a new drug which has been detected in the country for the first time, in Dunedin.
A pair of coal protesters arrested after blocking a train across St Andrew St in Dunedin on Saturday have been remanded without plea.