The Dunedin City Council is breathing a sigh of relief after the city’s stormwater system coped quickly with Monday’s torrential downpour.
Police are searching for witnesses to two assaults linked to the same offender in central Dunedin early on Saturday.
An investigation into allegations of child abuse at Dunedin’s Sara Cohen School has found there is indeed abuse at the school, and the school does not appear to be dealing with the cause of the...
Protesters asked a University of Otago professor to "have a heart" in Dunedin yesterday and stop building a facility for animal-based research.
A runaway cabin which crashed into a Mosgiel salon had no warrant of fitness, police say.
Flowers, chocolate, shock and surprise were delivered across Dunedin yesterday. Photographer Gregor Richardson joined Mike’s Couriers owner Mike Williamson as he made deliveries across the city.
Otago regional councillors have agreed that "targeted consultation" will take place with Dunedin people in the Canongate, Russell St and Arthur St area over recent changes to the bus service.
Women in New Zealand will soon be able to purchase oral contraceptives over the counter.
Thousands of tertiary students have begun arriving in Dunedin for the start of the academic year and Orientation Week celebrations.
The Dunedin City Council says the traffic light setup criticised by a District Court judge will be upgraded later this year.
Tired of the usual box of chocolates? Japan celebrates the romantic occasion with bug cocktails and caramel creepy crawlies.
Video of an Australian police officer frying an egg on the bonnet of his patrol vehicle has gone viral on social media.
President Trump says the US will be "tweaking" its trade relationship with Canada, in a development likely to please visiting Canadian PM Justin Trudeau.
US immigration officers arrested more than 680 people illegally in the country, in a broad enforcement action that alarmed immigrant rights groups.
President Donald Trump's national security adviser Michael Flynn has resigned amid controversy over his contact with Russian officials.
New rules now allow women to get contraceptive pills directly from pharmacists with only one doctor's prescription required every three years.
Two people have been stabbed in an aggravated robbery at a Domino's in Christchurch.
Nine out of 15 peace activists are walking free from the Wellington District Court, after the charges against them were dropped.
A 60-year-old died from a head injury sustained while working at Wellington's CentrePort.
Australia is failing to meet almost every target for improving the lives of its indigenous population, including reducing the infant mortality rate, getting children in school and adults in jobs, says a new report.