A Syrian family managed to escape their Mosgiel home unscathed after a fire tore through it.
The historic Ocean Beach Railway in Dunedin is back on track, and will reopen to the public this weekend after a four-year closure.
A pair of fishing vessels docked in Otago Harbour are operated by one of the companies which flew 440 foreign seamen to New Zealand, 11 of whom have tested positive for Covid-19.
Police have been contacted by two concerned groups of residents after two men knocked on their doors claiming to be religious but asking whether any men lived at the addresses.
A city councillor may think ideas that came out of the Great Dunedin Brainstorm were underwhelming, but a director of the group backing the event says it achieved its purpose.
A Dunedin woman stalked her former landlord for nearly a decade, at one point couriering him a key to her home, a court has heard.
A small chance remains Dunedin will once more experience the pungent smell of the city’s corpse flower.
Trainee builders in Dunedin have worked together to create a tiny home and their handiwork could soon be viewed by the public.
Otago Polytechnic student Apisit Uthakhankong (26, left) and Otago Language Centre student Aundalin Pawattanasoot (28), both from Thailand, elicit horn toots from passing motorists in Albany St,...
A rabbit "explosion" is wreaking havoc on parts of Otago Peninsula, causing damage to exotic gardens, farmers’ crops, the marae grounds and biodiversity.
New Zealand should urgently set a national target for food waste reduction, and has fallen behind Australia in efforts to minimise waste, a food scientist says.
Pleas for a standalone Christian chapel at the new Dunedin Hospital have overstated the financial support local churches give to the hospital chaplaincy, an insider says.
It's amazing what young and inventive minds can come up with when they are unencumbered by limitations and budgets.
The majority of southern primary school principals are backing the New Zealand Principals’ Federation’s (NZPF) proposal to start a new union.
Some Dunedin city councillors say the Government’s wage subsidy has done its job, but others are concerned how businesses will fare in the coming months without it.
A 72-year-old man who was allegedly drink-driving on State Highway 1, near Dunedin, yesterday will face court next month.