An allegation of Covid protocol breaches at the Otago Farmers Market at the weekend is believed to be the first major Covid-related callout for Dunedin police in six months.
The Dunedin City Council’s forestry company was a highlight in a balance sheet that appears to be holding up relatively well despite Covid-19 challenges.
Southern medical staff went the extra mile and then some in the fight against Covid-19, newly released figures show.
Otago Peninsula residents without power for significant periods over the next two weeks will be able to use a local hall and services for toilets and refrigerators after the local community board...
An elderly woman who tripped and fell in Green Island’s main street yesterday waited an hour and a-half for an ambulance.
More than 40 groups and individuals will have their say on the future of water rights in Otago, as a seven-week court hearing begins in Dunedin.
A man was arrested after allegedly trying to steal ammunition from a Dunedin firearms store yesterday.
A murderer has been declined parole after he reneged on plans to transfer to another prison so he could study for a PhD.
Dunedin's Sew Hoy building has been recognised as a Category 1 place on the New Zealand Heritage List.
Several factors may have contributed to the deaths of hundreds of fish at a Dunedin stream last month.
A 24-year-old man has been remanded in custody on a raft of charges after a routine traffic stop in Dunedin at the weekend.
Last year’s Covid-19 lockdown is believed to be behind Otago and Southland schools recording some of their lowest numbers of stand-downs, suspensions, exclusions and expulsions in the past five years.
Six fire appliances, an electrician and Delta personnel were called to an aged residential care facility in the Dunedin suburb of Kew on Saturday night.
A man has been arrested by police after allegedly trying to steal gun ammunition from a Dunedin firearms store this afternoon.