A Fairfield family is bracing for a season of blueberry "madness" after opening their farm to pickers.
A career in teaching and a passion for contemporary art has sparked a Dunedin woman to create a new programme.
Reporter Elena McPhee and photographer Christine O’Connor were given a tour of Hayward College this week as extensive renovations continue.
Dunedin man John Dore says the clock has been ticking for more than 50 years to return a treasured family heirloom to its rightful owner.
A woman who was struck by a truck while riding a Lime e-scooter in Dunedin remains in a critical condition.
At 11 minutes past midnight on January 3, 2019, many in Dunedin were sleeping off the excesses of New Year's parties when the emergency services' Whispir alert notification platform activated,...
The MetService has released an official weather warning for severe gale force winds gusting to 130kmh, particularly around coastal Southland, Clutha and Dunedin from 8pm today until 9am tomorrow.
One lucky Lotto Strike player from Mosgiel will be popping the champagne after winning $150,000 in tonight’s live Lotto draw.
The University of Otago will wait a year before appointing a new family law lecturer, following the departure of colourful academic Prof Mark Henaghan.
The city of Dunedin has recorded an average weekly rent of $400 or more for three months running, for the first time in 26 years — and those in the real estate field expect it to continue rising.
Lime scooters should not be "demonised" in Dunedin, despite an accident which left a woman seriously injured, Dunedin City Council chief executive Sue Bidrose says.
The number of South Islanders with dementia will double within 20 years, but the country is far from ready from being able to cope, health reporter Mike Houlahan finds.
From the early days of personally shifting unsold bread to charities, Dunedin’s Deborah Manning is now creating a nationwide food rescue network. Jono Edwards speaks to KiwiHarvest’s chief...