A waxeye catches the attention of flockmates as it departs a sugar water feeder in Maori Hill.
A Dunedin MP has called on the Government to intervene as breakdowns in equipment and talks have left Dunedin firefighters crewing the South Island’s only large aerial appliance while further...
The driver who caused a crash which claimed the life of a beloved Mosgiel family man was on a "cocktail of drugs" at the time, a court has heard.
Poor working conditions and the hemorrhaging of teachers from the education sector has prompted the PPTA secondary schools union to write a Promise to New Teachers for school leaders to sign.
Big Rock Primary School pupil Leo Garth, fellow pupils Jasmine Rose, Esme Grey, Stevie Kahui, Armani Ngaia, Leith Conway and Saddle Hill Community Board chairman Scott Weatherall and deputy chairman Paul Weir prepare to hold a public planting day at the Ocean View Recreation Reserve tomorrow.
Police have arrested a man after several shop windows were smashed in the main street of South Dunedin early this morning.
Polytechnic mega-merger Te Pukenga’s call for southern institutions to cut costs to reduce a projected $110 million national deficit has been dubbed "blatantly unfair".
Dunedin drivers who are drinking behind the wheel are being urged by police to curb their enthusiasm for cold ones.
There were 414 new community cases of Covid-19 and five deaths reported in the South yesterday as the number of active cases in the region continued to drop.
Cancer specialists are warning the country is at a "point of no return" for investing in more workers and better treatment.
A trickle of nominations for next month’s local body elections has prompted councils around Otago and Southland to call for prospective candidates to "get a move on" and put their names in the hat.