A man has been taken to Dunedin Hospital with serious injuries after a collision between a car and scooter in the city this afternoon.
A Middlemarch Volunteer Fire Brigade fire appliance and water tanker were back in action at the town tonight after a damaging house fire flared up again unexpectedly.
A citizens' jury led by the University of Otago has failed to reach a verdict on whether or not euthanasia should be legalised.
Four months after fire tore through his Burnside lumber yard, Peter Chalmers is still waiting to be told how and why it happened.
Visitor attendance at the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum is likely to reach a record 320,000 for the year, museum director Jennifer Evans predicts.
A pop-up display of architectural models for a proposed long-term Otago Harbour development has proved popular with visitors to the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum.
After 16 years, Middlemarch's sole police officer is calling it a day.
Construction of a new multimillion-dollar visual and performing arts centre at St Hilda's Collegiate School may begin as early as next month, after the project received resource consent from the Dunedin City Council.
More than two years after a massive cost blowout put the project on hold, funding for the final section of the Dunedin to Port Chalmers shared path has finally been confirmed.
The University of Otago's ''period drama'' has come to a full stop but the editor of Critic says the magazine will ''continue to challenge people''.
Sixty-five support services workers at the University of Otago have received hand-delivered letters informing them that their jobs will be disestablished.
More than 16,000 New Zealand secondary school teachers will meet over the next two weeks to discuss their upcoming collective agreement negotiations with the Government.
A Dunedin-made puppet TV show bringing conservation to kids will have a more uniquely New Zealand feel as it teams up with a new online platform.
A Dunedin doctor accused of murdering a teenager is also charged with indecent assault.
A 14-year-old boy has been taken to hospital with minor injuries after he was hit by a car in the Dunedin suburb of Musselburgh yesterday morning.
A man who subjected his partner to a brutal attack after a ''rubbish'' breakfast has been jailed for two and a-half years.
The man behind Dunedin's latest five-star hotel bid may go back to the drawing board again, after a new look for his project failed to win over critics.
Southern District Health Board says it will seek an accreditation review of Dunedin hospital's radiology department next month.
Dunedin's proposed new hospital may see changes in the way after hours medical care is provided in the city, the new chairman of the Dunedin Urgent Doctors and Accident Centre committee says.
Sixty-five support services workers at the University of Otago have been told their jobs will be disestablished and given the option to move into lower-level positions.