Countdown has accepted it should have done more when staff first raised concerns about a rat infestation at its South Dunedin store.
A pruned vision for Dunedin public transport growth will be put forward for public consultation with some reluctance.
A Dunedin man carried out an unrelenting, anonymous campaign of abuse against family members for nearly two years, a court has heard.
A man accused of starting a fire which gutted a Dunedin boarding house is maintaining his innocence.
From archery to home-brewing, dancing to chemistry and everything in between there was a club or society for it at the Otago University Students’ Association (OUSA)’s Clubs Day at the Museum...
Carole Coade stabbed her soulmate 22 times in the bath of their Tainui home as he told her: "I love you."
At noon yesterday, Southbase staff started a slightly different lunch break to that which they are used to.
Allowing councils to delay preparation of their long-term plans by a year gives them options as they grapple with fallout from the Labour Party’s flawed Three Waters reform agenda, the government...
The Otago Regional Council’s reputation has experienced a "huge shift" to the positive, a market research analyst says.
A man lashed out violently after taking exception to being asked to take off his hat at the Dunedin District Court today.
University of Otago students donned their best bedding for a night of music and meeting fellow first-years at the annual O Week toga party yesterday.
Cancer services in the South are more at risk now than when a damning health and disability commissioner report was written last year, a doctor is warning.