A property buyer on the Otago Peninsula was not dissuaded by a neighbour's warnings of rural stench and animal sex.
Difficulty in finding and retaining skilled chefs in Dunedin is behind the decision to close the city's Madam Woo restaurant, the company's chief executive says.
A steady stream of Lime scooter-related casualties have made their way to Dunedin Hospital's emergency department since the electric vehicles made their debut in the city last week.
Dunedin's cycleways, not counting the city's one-way cycle lanes, have cost $4.7 million in the past two and a-half years.
A push to address Port Otago's asbestos problems looks likely to claim a treasured building in Port Chalmers, but also open up public access to more of Steamer Basin.
A father's decision to take his children fishing out of season has led to his 12-year-old daughter being stripped of her prized rod.
A judge has suggested a suspended driver might use Lime scooters after he was caught breaching his ban.
A Dunedin doctor accused of murdering a teenage girl has had his request for the trial to be heard outside the city declined.
Wingatui apprentice jockey Zubair Bholah is ''doing really well'' following a sickening fall at Kumara on the West Coast.
Two people escaped with minor injuries after a car rolled in Leith Valley Rd, near Dunedin's Northern Motorway yesterday.
This is a story about a rather large chicken, a Dunedin potter and opportunities in the United States.
Dunedin taxi operators are calling for the city's new Lime scooters to be forced off footpaths and on to cycleways.
If you thought those in their mid-to-late teens were particularly anti-social yesterday, there was a pretty good reason.
As much as possible, it was business as usual yesterday in local hospitals, despite the resident doctors strike, the Southern District Health Board says.
After months of silence, some details have finally emerged about the Government's review of health and disability services.
A man who forged letters in the name of his own landlord, to boost his benefit, will take a decade to pay back the swindled cash.
Twelve yellow-eyed penguin chicks have been rescued from starvation during another dire season for the critically-endangered species.
New Zealand should do more to protect and learn from its wealth of coastal shipwrecks and to reduce overall damage to the ocean, maritime archaeologist Matt Carter says.
A shortage of total mobility taxis and trained drivers is compromising the ability of Dunedin's disabled community to get around town, Disabled Persons Assembly local spokesman Chris Ford says.