A fundraising campaign has been launched for a tribute to a Dunedin musician who died last week.
A man whose car crashed and rolled into a ditch recorded a breath-alcohol level more than three times the legal limit.
Two Dunedin residents from Myanmar will speak out as part of a peaceful protest, despite fears of reprisal from the military junta.
About 1000 University of Otago students yesterday embraced sustainability and bargain hunting as they swarmed into an O Week sale featuring pre-loved furniture and clothing.
For those with two wheels and a big appetite, the Dunedin Railway Station was the place to fuel up yesterday morning.
A man accused of a cricket bat murder said he only attacked the victim because he felt his life was under threat.
Port Chalmers Deputy Fire Chief Cory White is concerned some motorists are still putting roadside emergency staff at risk after crashes.
The condition of trees at Queens Gardens in Dunedin will be assessed after a branch from an elm tree there fell across a state highway in the central city.
Some students in Dunedin are self-isolating and the University of Otago has issued an alert aimed at tracking down any recent arrivals with connections to the latest Auckland Covid-19 cluster.
A contestable fund of $720,000 for events to draw domestic tourists to Dunedin will open on March 1.
Creation of a one-way street in central Dunedin will help to create an orderly space for 32 car parks, but improving access to bus stops in the wider city will come at the cost of 40 car parks.
The home where a Dunedin man was bludgeoned to death was sprayed with blood and pieces of flesh, a court has heard.
National reform of water services could call into question what councils are for, Dunedin city councillors have warned.
A Dunedin man beaten to death with a cricket bat had extensive injuries, comparable to a victim of a plane crash, a pathologist says.
Private health patients are costing New Zealand's public system up to $11.5 million a year, a University of Otago study shows.