A man has been charged with sexual violation after an incident at a public toilet in Waihola last week.
Seven people are facing drink-driving charges after a weekend blitz by police in Dunedin.
The Southern DHB is investigating after a fire in a Dunedin Hospital seminar room last night.
A young woman has been taken to hospital after crashing her car into a power pole in Green Island this morning.
Fire crews attended a false alarm at a central Dunedin office block today.
Organisers of the annual Hyde Street Party expect the event to only get better next year after an "awesome" and almost incident-free party on Saturday.
Bands including Julian Temple Band, Left Or Right, Koizilla, Rhythmonyx, Heka and Osmium entertained about 300 people at the 10th annual Feastock concert in the backyard of 3 Fea St on Saturday.
Building castles is not as easy as fairy tales would have you believe.
When Patrick and Iris Aughterlony first set eyes on each other more than 70 years ago, they knew they were meant to be together.
Preparing afternoon tea for the 150th anniversary of the Pukehiki Community Church yesterday are Pukehiki Hall Society members Janice Aldis (left) and Lynn Samuels.
Backyard Kiwi ranger Todd Hamilton addresses a crowd of more than 50 children, parents and interested members of the community at Orokonui Ecosanctuary during Earth Day yesterday.
Priscilla comes with quite a reputation and she is certainly one to be respected.
Speculation abounds over the mystery organisation bringing 300 jobs to Dunedin, and ACC is potentially in the mix.
Violet Byers spent nearly 40 years playing and umpiring netball, and claims she "never once" got an injury on court.
This year’s Surf to Stadium event was a "huge success" as runners braved cool weather and enjoyed the "carnival-like atmosphere" at the end, the organiser said yesterday.
The Otago Regional Council plans to spend about $35 million over 10 years on increasing freshwater monitoring to help it achieve new clean-water targets.
A new watchdog is needed to regulate how government-run artificial intelligence is sifting through our personal data, an expert panel from the University of Otago says.
Looking out over the crowds attending Anzac Day services will be bittersweet for Dunedin RSA president Major (Rtd) Lox Kellas.
The dawn service on Anzac Day will be especially poignant this year, as New Zealand moves into the final year of the World War centenary commemorations.
One Dunedin man wants the Government to offer more funding to allow people with disabilities into jobs.