Several people have been injured, one seriously, in crashes on icy Dunedin roads this morning.
A former Dunedin resident is making the most of opportunities offshore by recording at the same studio where The Beatles made music history and the Lord of the Rings soundtrack was forged.
A drunk woman allegedly assaulted a police officer after crashing her car into a hedge in North East Valley last night.
The Ministry for the Environment is going to monitor crucial Otago Regional Council meetings after an investigation raised concerns about councillor conduct towards staff.
Staff at a South Dunedin sushi restaurant have been left shaken after a man was tasered after allegedly going on a window-smashing spree for the second time in one weekend.
University of Otago students gather after being turned away from the St David lecture theatre, in Dunedin, because of a power outage yesterday afternoon.
Emergency services responded to a one-car crash yesterday on the outskirts of Mosgiel that caused a power pole to catch fire.
A historic Dunedin building is undergoing a $3.5 million redevelopment that is due to be completed in October, a developer says.
A Dunedin doctor struck off after admitting a sexual relationship with a patient has had a small win after the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal reconsidered its penalty decision against him.
Dunedin police have been kept busy by a spate of crashes and collisions over the weekend, including one where a woman allegedly removed her licence plates in an attempt to avoid the law but forgot...
Dunedin police were kept busy by a spate of crashes over the weekend, including one woman who removed her plates in an attempt to avoid the law but forgot her warrant of fitness was still visible.
A Dunedin man was arrested after assaulting a security guard when he was kicked out of a bar, police say.
It happened 77 years ago, far away, but a small group of Dunedin residents made sure on Saturday that the anniversary of the dropping of the first atomic bomb was not forgotten.
Undeterred by rain, fans of live music crammed into the Octagon yesterday to loudly tell the DCC and developers that venues urgently need protection before the Dunedin sound fades out.
Owners of a South Dunedin sushi restaurant have been left shaken and a man had to be tasered after allegedly going on a window smashing spree twice at the weekend.