The Dunedin Bowling Club is serving up a big bowl of caring.
Fairfield School teachers and pupils gather yesterday to celebrate the school’s 150th anniversary with some Victorian charm.
A large pine tree in the Dunedin Botanic Garden is cut down yesterday after it was declared unsafe following strong winds and heavy rain.
Embattled National MP Sam Uffindell was put on notice for living in one of North Dunedin’s filthiest flats, described as a haven for vermin and disease by health inspectors.
A man who murdered a Dunedin woman while her toddler was next door has been refused parole, although the reasons remain slightly hazy.
A fire investigator takes a thermal reading of a gutted Ford Courier ute in Pine Hill Rd, Dunedin, yesterday.
Demolition of the 85-year-old Mosgiel Pool (right) began this week and will make way for a new car park at the new Mosgiel Pool (left).
A recruitment specialist — and self-confessed wine lover — drove 50km while nearly three times the drink-drive limit, a court has heard.
Dunedin police are investigating after a stolen ute was set alight in the suburb of Pine Hill early this morning.
A possible 18-student increase in the yearly intake of those studying medicine at the University of Otago has been dubbed insufficient to address the healthcare crisis.
The rhythms of the seasons have been taken into account in a new Otago Polytechnic education pathway aimed at refining wine-growing and fruit production skills in Central Otago.
A woman whose nose was "broken and disfigured", needing several surgeries, says she forgives the man who punched her.
Four Otago secondary school bands are about to hit the recording studio after being named in the top 30 Smokefreerockquest bands nationwide.
Keep those winter woollies within reach — the snowy start to the week may have melted but frosts and chilly temperatures are expected to keep their grip on the southern region until Sunday.