The sun is gone and sandcastles have long since been taken by the tide, but broken plastic buckets, shovels, clothing and empty drink cans remain at Brighton Beach and its estuary.
A man who rammed a police car and then chased an officer with a tomahawk says he is a victim, the Parole Board has heard.
A former Dunedin school principal will be on a nationwide independent review panel to investigate "serious concerns" about perceived insufficient staffing and under-resourcing in New Zealand...
What to do about transport and parking was again a flashpoint at the Dunedin City Council yesterday.
Standing in the cosmetics section where she had worked for her entire career, Gaye Harris was feeling sad and apprehensive yesterday.
Drivers have gone through crash sites and around cordons, and in some cases, hit firefighters as they worked at emergency scenes.
The first episode of a docu-series capturing the first exploration of Captain Cook’s anchorage point and historical shipwrecks in Dusky Sound will be released tomorrow.
Parents at George Street Normal School, in Dunedin, have accused the board of trustees of failing to follow due process by not consulting parents in its decision to close the Georgies school...
About $100million of work is needed to clear a backlog in water, wastewater and stormwater repairs, maintenance and pipe replacement in Dunedin.
Any rescue mission by the Dunedin City Council to keep the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame in Dunedin beyond June will not begin immediately.
A car crashed into parked cars and ploughed through a hedge into the yard of a Dunedin house last night.
Climate activists who locked themselves to tracks at the Dunedin Railway Station, blocking a train transporting coal yesterday, were targeting the wrong company, a KiwiRail worker says.
A high-risk sex offender has been jailed for accessing the internet with the help of another paedophile.
Dunedin city councillors have passed up the opportunity to trim from an ambitious $1.5 billion capital spending programme before their draft 10-year plan goes out to public consultation.
When interviewed by the police after beating up his partner, a Dunedin man claimed he was "not a woman basher".
A low interest rate on borrowing has been assumed by the Dunedin City Council in preparing draft budgets for the 10-year plan.