Shoppers flooded back to Countdown Dunedin Central as it opened for the first time since a violent stabbing rocked the community.
Sport New Zealand appears to be considering shifting the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame from Dunedin to Christchurch.
The sudden death of a Dunedin murderer behind bars has sparked a "life-saver" change to national court processes, the Otago Daily Times can reveal.
The University of Otago has appointed its first lecturer in chaplaincy, the Very Rev Dr Graham Redding, amid a growing national shortage of chaplains.
The Southern District Health Board’s bid to outsource up to 200 cancer treatments suggests "an abject failure" of management, an Otago health academic says.
A "wanted" man is in police custody following an alleged theft from a business in North East Valley yesterday.
Climatic differences and air quality concerns should influence proposed new insulation standards in New Zealand homes, says the Otago Regional Council.
Otago residents will be canvassed about their environmental priorities and their expectations of the Otago Regional Council as it moves to better understand the people it serves.
Dunedin skaters say new safely sealed skateboarding facilities are needed to support their growing sport.
Dunedin's music scene is at risk of being held to ransom by a few people complaining about noise, a city venue has warned.
A woman who was groped in a Dunedin bar says she still has nightmares about the incident nearly a year later.
Ice has begun to appear on Dunedin roads and police want drivers to avoid slipping and sliding around city streets.
A hit-and-run driver who left a cyclist with a punctured lung and broken ribs says he thought he had hit a road cone.
A Dunedin student who went to retrieve his stolen cellphone found the burglar who had raided his flat was less than apologetic.
Western Australia will welcome back capacity crowds and no longer require the wearing of face masks under a further easing of coronavirus restrictions.