She may be only 7 years old, but Kayleigh Dryden has already proven she is not one to skirt around the big issues.
An Oamaru man received minor injuries after his car rolled in Dunedin in the early hours of yesterday morning.
A traffic complaint from a member of the public helped police nab a wanted man who was found allegedly driving a stolen car and wearing stolen clothes that still had security tags attached.
A jury trying former Dunedin teacher David Russell Bond for indecent assault has been dismissed after failing to reach a verdict following a four-day trial.
The latest of many big changes of fortune in the world of a former Polish prince and patriot was marked in a ceremony at the Dunedin Southern Cemetery yesterday.
Hoiho, the reigning Bird of the Year will be given a helping flipper by the Government thanks to a $500,000 conservation grant.
A temporary liquor ban around Forsyth Barr Stadium will be able to be reactivated whenever it is deemed necessary, Dunedin city councillors have decided.
It is not too late for the Dunedin City Council to revisit its decision on new LED street lights for the city, a campaigner says.
A man deported from Australia in March was yesterday sentenced for a burglary committed in Dunedin in June.
A teenage witness in the Amber-Rose murder trial has denied planting evidence to frame a Dunedin doctor.
A structural engineer from Dunedin has been acknowledged for his efforts in strengthening and restoring heritage buildings.
Southern principals have given a pass mark to a range of education reforms announced by the Government yesterday, including a major overhaul of the Ministry of Education, zoning decisions being...
After the Dunedin Astronomical Society's recently-elected president Kaitlyn Martin reached Dunedin from her US homeland, she found plenty of friends in the society, and also her fiance.
A lovingly restored, historic musterer's hut was destroyed in last weekend's massive vegetation fire near Middlemarch.
Firefighters are getting truly hands-on today in their fifth day of fighting the 5090ha blaze near Middlemarch.
A mother whose son was hit by a car on a George St pedestrian crossing is renewing her call for safety improvements in the area.
Wellsouth, the southern region's primary health organisation, has released its annual report and launched a new strategic plan.
Overnight clouds cleared and Otago Museum director Dr Ian Griffin and interested members of the public enjoyed clear viewing of the transit of Mercury at Mercury Bay early yesterday.