Escalating cost projections have caused the latest delay for Mosgiel’s flood preparedness infrastructure.
A former elite athlete accused of rape has had the charge withdrawn after an "extraordinary" step taken by the court.
The new bus fares have fallen flat for Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins, who says they should be cheaper for students and disabled people.
Grieving a family member is a difficult process in any situation, let alone under the restrictions of a pandemic.
When a repeat Peeping Tom was caught by Dunedin police he claimed it was not sexual, he "just liked looking at how other people live".
As Dunedin shifts back into Covid-19 restrictions, Dine Dunedin continues with venues that understand what is required under Alert Level 2 conditions, director Nicola McConnell says.
A cellphone left on a shop counter nearly led to a 71-year-old Dunedin woman being scammed out of more than $100,000, a court has heard.
Allied Press, due to economic pressure, has stopped home delivery in some of the outlying areas of Dunedin for the weekly The Star newspaper.
Dunedin scientist Jemma Geoghegan is using powerful genomic tracing technology to try to solve the riddle of how four Auckland family members became infected with Covid-19.
Dunedin doctors, overwhelmed by a renewed demand for Covid-19 tests, say if requests continue they will need assistance from community-based assessment centres (CBACs).
Scott Wesney is disappointed but philosophical after Covid-19 restrictions have twice denied him the chance to graduate in person from the University of Otago.
Southern health officials are confident the region and its people are ready for any incursion of Covid-19, while businesses are displaying QR codes for a Covid tracing app.
Dunedin buses have reduced capacity under Level 2 restrictions, due to the need for physical distancing.
Heather Martin, of Dunedin, who has been a client of hairdresser Deane Borley at Dunedin’s Civic Centre building for the past 15 years, says she feels safe because he was taking the correct safety...
The Edgar Centre will lose more than $10,000 in revenue this week due to the rise to Covid-19 Alert Level 2.
Port Otago says the New Zealand Customs Service is now managing border control and the likelihood of foreign ship workers being allowed on to shore is extremely low.
Dunedin real estate agents say the local market is and has been suffering from a "chronic" housing shortage for 18 months now - homeowners don't want to sell, preferring instead to renovate.