The children’s ward at the new Dunedin Hospital will have fewer beds than the current hospital.
Dunedin police dealt with several cases of intoxication in the city at the weekend, including complaints about a group of drunken people throwing bottles at cars.
To the uninitiated, the thing could have been something from folklore, used by parents to scare the living daylights out of small children.
Antennae can often be seen atop bee-lover Rae Shurbutt’s head while she tends to her pupils and beehives.
Southern bars and restaurants have rearranged the furniture and tickets are back on sale for concerts and sports events, as the region returned to Covid-19 Alert Level 1 yesterday.
Almost everyone wore a mask at the New Zealand Bloodstock Breeders’ Day at Wingatui, held under Covid-19 restrictions and excluding the public.
For the first time in more than a decade Bravo (Dunedin) Company 2nd/4th Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment has welcomed 20 recruits into the unit.
"I hereby declare this building to be secularised." With those words from Anglican Bishop of Dunedin Steven Benford, St Thomas’s Church Pine Hill ceased to become a place of worship.
The University of Otago has converted accommodation to house more students to meet increased demand for places in residential halls.
Public opinion is split on whether the Dunedin City Council should shoo pigeons away from the Dunedin Botanic Garden.
Last-minute registrations, snap lockdowns, and general uncertainty are all causing headaches for southern event organisers grappling with the ever-changing effects of Covid-19.
The New Zealand sea lion pup at the centre of a stoush surrounding sand excavation at a Dunedin beach is believed to have surfaced at a sea lion nursery nearby.
A Dunedin man who imported "a whole supermarket" of drugs through the dark web beat up his ex-girlfriend after getting early release, a court has heard.
A Dunedin man responsible for a botched murder-suicide has more work to do in prison before he can be safely released, the Parole Board says.