He may walk less these days, but it will take a lot more than an ageing body to stop Alan Horsman from continuing to devour books.
Police are chasing a man who escaped on foot near a popular Dunedin tourist beach after allegedly stealing a motorbike.
Motorists in Dunedin have been asked to take more care and drive more slowly past contractors building underground ducting for Aurora Energy's new 33kV power cables.
A 29-year-old man has been arrested and charged following a series of indecent assaults at the Dunedin Botanic Garden.
New changes to the world's steepest street are being considered after earlier proposals aiming to make the street safer were rejected by residents.
Following National MP Jami-Lee Ross’ sectioning to an Auckland mental health facility, health reporter Mike Houlahan looks at what that process involves, and how often it is used in the South.
Dunedin is riding a wave as the city's population surges past 130,000 for the first time, new figures show.
The Ministry of Health will press ahead with changes to the cervical cancer screening programme, despite new University of Otago research raising doubts about the effectiveness of its plans.
A Christchurch man who came to Dunedin and tagged three buildings has objected to doing community work, because he is ''a very busy person with work''.
Passers-by heard screaming after a thud at a Melbourne hospital where an Otago-trained surgeon was allegedly punched and later died from his injuries, a jury in Australia has been told.
Only three prosecutions have arisen in the past year from the Otago Regional Council, despite 1900 public complaints about environmental infringements.
Firefighters wearing breathing equipment prepare to enter the Capitol Building on Dunedin's Princes St yesterday.
A woman who inadvertently had a glass smashed in her face by a Dunedin gang member has asked a court not to send him to jail.
A recent story about a historic Dunedin home that emerged after decades hidden from the public in a state of disrepair has also uncovered the history of a remarkable family.
A teenager came within inches of serious injury yesterday when his vehicle was hit by a car reportedly travelling at more than 160kmh.
University of Otago researchers have sounded warnings over flavoured cigarette capsules, with a new study suggesting young people are vulnerable to them.