A Mosgiel woman was shocked when she was told she was facing a 360km road trip, each way, to repair her Tesla.
The phrase "signing your own death warrant" is loosely used, but Glenn Blundell knows exactly how that feels.
Local skate parks may be set for a facelift if the Dunedin City Council pumps $6.5 million into city playgrounds over the next three years as outlined in a proposed plan.
Electric vehicles could soon prove a boon for farmers, tradies and others, an Otago Polytechnic automotive lecturer says.
Resident Anthony Doesburg and Dunedin City Mayor Aaron Hawkins planted a southern rata at the official opening of Toiora High Street Cohousing project on the edge of Mornngton.
"Unseasonably" and "unusually" warm and dry weather may be on the way for coastal Otago residents over the next three months, as Niwa watches for another La Nina weather system.
Emergency services crews work to free a woman from her vehicle after a crash at the intersection of Cumberland and Howe Sts in Dunedin yesterday afternoon.
A hotel could be built at Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium as part of an ambitious development taking the South Island’s premier stadium to another level.
Hazel Heal’s advocacy for career criminal Arthur Taylor has thrown the Dunedin lawyer into the national spotlight, and changed her life in a multitude of ways. Before the release of Mr Taylor’s new...
I was an apolitical student at Otago University when the 1981 Springbok tour was announced — looking forward to the All Blacks getting some revenge after consecutive series losses in South Africa,...
It's 1981 and I’m sitting on the road outside the Southern Cross hotel on a cold night watching my mother being trampled on by a pro-tour sup porter, writes Alastair Duncan.
It was the tour that divided the nation. Four decades on, Daisy Hudson examines the events of the 1981 Springboks tour in the South, through the eyes of those right at the heart of the action.
Dunedin's Catholic Community of Learning lead principal has stepped over to the secular side, to take up the principal’s position at Mornington School.
The most alarming lead contamination results from the testing of East Otago water probably had different causes, an exhaustive investigation has found.
A newly formed team at the Otago Regional Council will take a more integrated and holistic approach to addressing environmental issues in both urban and rural catchments.