The guns of World War 1 fell silent at 11am on November 11, 1918 but the damage the war caused lingered for decades afterwards, Dunedin RSA president Lox Kellas says.
A tiny, fluffy member of the newly crowned Bird of the Year species was both chirpy and hungry at the Dunedin Wildlife Hospital yesterday.
Rules determining where firefighting foam can be used in the Dunedin district may be introduced after contamination of the city's main water catchment.
After nearly drowning near Blackhead 22 years ago, Margaret Dodds yesterday spent time reminiscing about the incident with one of the men who saved her life.
Dunedin South MP Clare Curran has drawn strength from members of her electorate, including advocates of revitalising the city's Hillside workshops.
A five-strong Otago Museum team has travelled to Mercury Bay on the Coromandel Peninsula, to help the public observe the transit of Mercury, between 6am and 7.04am today.
A doctor accused of murdering a teenage girl checked news websites repeatedly following the incident and allegedly said he hoped she was dead.
The Crown's key witness had too much information on the murder of a 16-year-old Dunedin girl not to be involved, defence lawyers say.
With the fire risk set to increase again today, crews at the scene of the weekend's blaze in the Lammerlaw ranges near Middlemarch will continue this morning to work on extinguishing the last...
A jury has retired to consider whether former Dunedin teacher David Russell Bond is guilty of indecently assaulting a former pupil.
A long-serving Otago volunteer firefighter is still waiting for an apology over a serious breach of his privacy by the organisation he served for more than four decades.
About three-quarters of Dunedin's main water supply could be out of action for up to a year after a massive blaze engulfed an area near Middlemarch at the weekend.
For the first time in its four-decade history, Dunedin's Rape Crisis centre will work with sexual abuse victims of all genders.
The Octagon will be closed off to vehicles at times this summer, as part of a fresh trial of a more pedestrian-friendly environment, the Dunedin City Council says.