It can be easy to overlook the treasures in your own backyard, writes Richard Davison. Big Pacific aims to shift your perspective with its new Dunedin-produced five-part series.
Residents in Henley on the Taieri are being advised to evacuate as rain continues to fall in Dunedin, but the worst of the weather appears to be over.
The University of Otago is withholding exam results while it investigates reports of third-year medical students cheating in their exams.
Conditions have eased after a day which brought widespread heavy rain and flooding to much of the South.
Dunedin police are calling for the public's help after a series of violent incidents including one where a possibly unconscious woman was bundled into a Nissan Skyline.
A shortage of builders is behind delays to Otago University's multimillion-dollar music and performing arts redevelopment in Dunedin.
Aurora Energy contractors use a hydraulic arm to stabilise a leaning wooden power pole in Hillside Rd yesterday.
Raw sewage has overflowed on to Middlemarch streets, but the Dunedin City Council says the storm and waste-water networks are ''running well'' overall.
A criminal justice group converged on Dunedin yesterday for a drop-in session to hear from those who had first-hand experience of the system.
The Dunedin public will have a say on the future of the former Fortune Theatre building, but any action to repurpose it will not take place until next year.
An international Buddhist research centre has opened in Dunedin, enabling academic links with the University of Otago to be further developed.
A teenager sought in relation to three burglaries at the weekend was apprehended by a police dog team, receiving a bite in the process.
The end of school is not far away and for many junior secondary school pupils, classes have got out early - well for this week, anyway.
A Dunedin businessman has been fined $85,000 for trying to pass Chinese-made concrete cladding off as high-quality Australian-made material - months after distributors who sold the cladding were...
The victorious Otago Volts cricket team stormed back into Dunedin yesterday afternoon, when their plane was struck by lightning on a "particularly nasty'' descent.