The planned closure of four NZ Post shops in Dunedin and Mosgiel has been confirmed and will begin next month.
The family of University of Otago Emeritus Prof Tom Brooking is praising the CPR skills of a friend after the academic suffered a serious cardiac event.
The DCC says Lime is "doing the right thing'' by pulling its e-scooters from Dunedin streets over brake safety concerns.
The family of a man who was allegedly murdered in Dunedin say he will be dearly missed and did not deserve to die that way.
A "privileged" teenager flipped his ute after filling the rear with water to use it as a paddling pool, a court has heard.
Former All Black captain and business leader David Kirk is optimistic about Dunedin's future as a top regional city, and says "liveability'' is a key factor.
The split of an Dunedin Anglican parish over the church's blessing of same-sex marriage is complete, both sides going their separate ways.
A Dunedin survivor of sexual abuse within the Catholic Church has been turned away from the gates to the Vatican by its Swiss Guard.
Dunedin lawyer Anne Stevens has stood in the High Court countless times, and spoken passionately for hours in defence of her clients.
Southern District Health Board staff have been told "blunt instruments'' to cut costs will not be introduced, as the organisation battles a deficit more than $8million more than budgeted.
Two athletes managed to beat the clock in the return of the annual Clocktower Race yesterday, racing around the building before the last chime resounded around campus.
Public health officials are scrambling to trace the movements of a University of Otago student after the young woman was diagnosed as having measles.
A further Dunedin bus hub delay has a nearby business owner saying the Otago Regional Council cannot be trusted.
Two teams of Toitu Otago Settlers Museum staff are making good progress in catching up with a backlog of about 2000 donated artefacts that are to be formally included in the museum collection.
An alleged drink-driver led police on a pursuit in Dunedin on Thursday night before taking a wrong turn into a dead-end street.
Shoppers and staff held down at least one shoplifter after a male teenager pulled a knife on a worker at Dunedin's Centre City New World yesterday, police say.
A proposed shakeup at the Otago Regional Council could affect nine roles, including director positions.