Greenpeace vessel Rainbow Warrior has been welcomed into Otago Harbour today as part of its visit to the city this weekend.
A teenager who urged his truck driver colleague to run down a cyclist has apologised for his behaviour.
Hundreds of students turned up at the University of Otago today to farewell the former dean of the faculty of law Professor Mark Henaghan, who has taught at the university for 41 years.
The ordeal a Mosgiel worker went through chasing justice after being fired for taking a 30-cent bag shows the process is "unnecessarily severe" and needs changing, her advocate says.
More snow has fallen on higher ground in Queenstown and Central Otago this morning, as a cold front lingers in the South.
A Dunedin contractor says a video showing one of its workers urging his colleague to run down a cyclist is ''extremely embarrassing'', and it has launched an investigation.
A cyclist who collided with a child in Dunedin will not face charges, as the family maintain they did not lie about the story.
A woman was left clutching her pet rabbit on the footpath after the pair made a narrow escape from a house fire caused by a candle in Dunedin yesterday morning.
Excavators have started building a causeway in the first stage of dredging Oamaru Harbour, expected to last a month.
Dunedin police have decided against charging a cyclist involved in a collision with a child last week.
Dunedin's next generation of surveyors took on the city’s housing problems yesterday in front of the very people who will have to help deal with those problems.
Environmentalists will welcome Rainbow Warrior into Dunedin by boat, bike and feet this weekend to oppose offshore drilling in Southern waters.
Firing an employee after she wrongfully took a 30-cent bag of chips will cost a Mosgiel rest-home nearly $19,000 in compensation, plus thousands more in back pay and legal costs, after the employee successfully sued.
The latest cable car back in Dunedin to grace the proposed Mornington line was once a children’s playhouse nestled beside a Waihola crib.
Marlee (left) and Murphy share a moment during the blessing of the animals service at St Paul’s Cathedral in Dunedin.
Dunedin Police are looking for a cyclist after a hit and run yesterday where a child was left with a broken leg.
The family of a toddler whose leg was broken by a cyclist in a hit-and-run is asking the man responsible to turn himself in.
Speakers at the reopening of the historic Oamaru courthouse were glowing in their praise for the newly-restored building.