Water in East Otago has been declared safe to drink, but attention has turned to dangers posed by lead in tapware.
Alistair Broad wants to make a point. A sign has appeared on the wall of one of the Dunedin businessman’s central city buildings, suggesting there's no parking within 27km of the Octagon.
Police offered support and assistance to a young woman who called emergency services early this morning over a suspicious pair of footprints, which turned out to be her own.
A structural engineer advocating for a Mosgiel couple facing a large bill to fix an unconsented retaining wall is determined to keep up the pressure on the Dunedin City Council.
An armed robber who targeted three Dunedin dairies will remain behind bars until at least next year.
Most southern general practice clinics are now ready to dispense Covid-19 vaccinations, despite widespread dissatisfaction at being forced to use the Ministry of Health’s booking system.
Six60 has bought their former Castle St flat, and with the University of Otago the band will help Dunedin’s next generation of aspiring performers get closer to their dreams.
A long-delayed Dunedin memorial dedicated to wartime conscientious objectors is close to completion.
When it comes to grunt, the diesel trucks at Blackhead Quarries’ Logan Point quarry cannot compete with their electric vehicle rival, quarry manager Joe Hunter says.
A long section of fencing is being replaced along Pine Hill Rd, State Highway 1, in Dunedin to make the footpath safer for pedestrians.
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North Dunedin residents will soon be able to take a gastronomical trip south of the border, with a Taco Bell restaurant confirmed to be coming to the area this summer.
Otago Girls’ High School’s 150th prefect, Jemma Tutty, wears an old school uniform at a talk held last night at the Dunedin Public Library by the Southern Heritage Trust.
A Dunedin man who groped a sleeping woman provided the most damning evidence at his own trial — photos of the sex attack.
The Dunedin City Council has lifted the "do not drink" notice for water supplies to communities north of the city.
There is no pay increase for Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins, but his colleagues have received a small rise.
A digger tears down a Dunedin building on the corner of Crawford and Jervois Sts, which is owned by the Salvation Army, on Monday night.