A man wielding an imitation firearm caused an armed police callout to a Dunedin street today.
Spacious inner-city bedroom with excellent views of the night sky . . . possibly a bit wet when it rains.
Designing roads and parks to be floodable, elevating land, waterproofing the ground floor of buildings and restricting development have been identified as among the most promising approaches for shaping South Dunedin’s future.
A woman who drove from Nelson for a Milton prison visit left with a court date of her own after allegedly attempting to smuggle in drugs for her incarcerated boyfriend.
A disgruntled ex-employee made a late-night visit to his old workplace in Fairfield and threatened to kill former colleagues, police say.
A 49-year-old woman who was reported missing yesterday in Dunedin has been found safe and well thanks to help from the public.
Talking in plain language will be key for consulting the community, the leader of the project to make South Dunedin more resilient says.
Mai Chen’s law career reads like an astonishing list of achievements, and the accolades just keep coming.
A man's obsession led to him attacking a bar worker, leaving her scared to leave the house alone for 14 months, a court has heard.
A contractor compacts gravel on the new Harbour Link shared cycle pathway beside the railway lines near the Ward St bridge.
The University of Otago has refused to help clean up a notorious student flat despite the property being used as a dumping ground for Castle St’s rubbish, the building’s manager says.
A gang member who stood over a disabled man to take his $17,000 motorbike has been jailed for nearly three years.
A wall of flowers and a Palestinian flag made of ribbons in central Dunedin last night was an emotional representation of the 8000 children killed in Gaza.
University of Otago staff called for a crackdown on "sickeningly cruel" flat initiations amid fears of long-term reputational damage to the institution.