Noise control rules for live gigs have been criticised after police were called to a folk show in Dunedin’s centre city.
A large crane (bottom, slightly right of centre) works on the Cadbury demolition site in this telephoto view of central Dunedin, taken from Highcliff.
Glenn Sutton will get by with help from his friends when he tackles his longest ultra-marathon running challenge — 580km non-stop from Milford Sound to Mt Cook.
Anxiety about pandemic risks could be reduced by adding pre-departure saliva testing for Covid-19 for incoming Australian green zone passengers, a researcher says.
A South Island rescue helicopter came close to catastrophe last night when it nearly collided with a drone.
Southern Maori have applauded the Government’s decision to establish a standalone Maori Health Agency.
The planned new Dunedin Hospital has been designed with the future in mind and a health sector shake-up does not change that, Health Minister Andrew Little says.
Southern cancer care advocate Melissa Vining is preparing to farewell another person close to her who has been failed by the healthcare system and says change cannot come fast enough.
A 23-year-old man is facing driving charges after an off-duty police officer saw a car being driven erratically in South Dunedin.
The Southern District Health Board was singled out by Health Minister Andrew Little yesterday as a prime example of why the health system had to change.
London Street’s uphill lane was blocked for some time yesterday after a two-car crash at the intersection with Stuart St, in Dunedin.
A man who twice raped his host after she had noticed his drunkenness and offered him a bed for the night has lost his appeal.
A fruit picker from New Caledonia preyed on two intoxicated, sleeping women on the same night, a court has heard.
A 23-year-old man was arrested for dangerous driving after an alert off-duty police officer spotted a car being driven erratically in South Dunedin.
Southern aged-care facilities have not had issues with late-night discharges of elderly residents from hospital but do find late Friday discharges troublesome.
Despite widespread public concern, there will be no investigation into the death of a little penguin found surrounded by tyre tracks at a Dunedin beach last week.
On her first visit to Dunedin in her role as acting conservation minister Ayesha Verrall visited the Wildlife Hospital and the School of Veterinary Nursing yesterday.