More than a dozen Dunedin bus shelters are no longer being visited by buses, after major bus route changes, but this is "not a case of money being wasted".
Sophie Golden (10, front) and (from left) 8-year-old twins Heath and Noah Kettish, Hayley Golden (13), Gabrielle Chisholm (9), and Scarlett Kettish (10), all of Dunedin, crowd an inflatable...
The winner of the Otago Daily Times Magic Moments 2018 photography competition has been announced.
The Woodhaugh Hospital and Rest Home in North Dunedin was evacuated on Saturday after a fire in one of its bedrooms.
The kittens huddled together for comfort as a line-up of potential adoptive owners turned out to find a new pet friend on Saturday.
Police were called to Hyde St in North Dunedin on Saturday night after a street party involving about 100 people became disorderly.
After earlier protests and allegations of bullying and dysfunction, an annual meeting of the Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society has sparked a "very positive" outcome, including a new president and...
More than 250 years after his birth the lyrical genius of Robbie Burns lives on — not least in Dunedin.
Ambitious plans by the Southern District Health Board to remodel how people interact with the health system are being pushed ahead, despite concerns how the cash-strapped organisation will fund them.
Otago Corrections intelligence officer Neil Jones-Sexton is among 64 Corrections staff in the Otago-Southland region to have received long-service awards.
The South Dunedin Busking Festival is a great stepping stone to a career in performing, says one of the event organisers.
Hot cross buns have hit supermarket shelves months before Easter but some independent bakers in Dunedin are vowing to wait to keep some of the ‘‘feeling’’ of the holiday.
Skyline owners in Dunedin wants to break the ‘‘boy racer’’ stereotypes by extending an invitation to a cruise today.
A bus stop in Northeast Valley is causing major issues for business owners leaving them angry and out of pocket but, the Otago Regional Council says it has no plans to shift it.
SPCA Otago is warning people not to drown their animals, saying the practice is illegal and causes ‘‘immense pain and distress’’ before death.
Dunedin fans of Australian rocker Jimmy Barnes are ‘‘disappointed’’ the musician is bypassing their town on an upcoming tour, after performing the first half of the show at the Regent Theatre last year.
A Mosgiel man may soon need a revolving door in his home after hosting hundreds of couch-surfers in the past year.
A special moon event is on the horizon, with an ‘‘extra special’’ way to look at it in Dunedin.
Dunedin houses have been offered for burning down during the filming of a mini-series about the Bain family murders.
High temperatures and dry soil are causing headaches for Dunedin lily growers, as they nurse their blooms and flower heads through to the annual Otago Lily Society show on January 27 and 28.