A famous Dunedin pub has once again shut its doors.
It is the traffic island that was, until it wasn’t. Pedestrians and drivers may have noticed a traffic island was installed at the intersection of Playfair St and South Rd in Caversham on October 3,...
There is uncertainty over the future of the Otago Rescue Helicopter Trust and HeliOtago’s role as medical emergency provider in Otago and Southland as a "major rethink...
A duck and her ducklings waddled across Portobello Rd yesterday oblivious to the crash they caused.
An early morning police chase that ended in a fugitive being pulled from the smoking wreck of his car easily could have hurt someone else, a bystander says.
A film about Dunedin band The Chills looks set to be released to international film circuit audiences after a fundraising goal of $60,000 was reached early.
The 2017 World Jet Boat Marathon was back on track yesterday as competitors took to the waters of the Waitaki River three times.
A new urologist will be hired at Dunedin Hospital to help deal with the crisis in the service.
Enjoying a Chinese tea ceremony are (from left) Maisie Hulls (8) of Grant’s Braes School, Lucy Maole (10) of St Clair School, and Leyton ‘Aluesi (12) and Holly Bezett (12), both of Tahuna Normal...
Students line up outside Smithells Gymnasium on the first day of University of Otago examinations.
Dunedin orthopaedic surgeon John Dunbar won the supreme award at the Dunedin School of Medicine teaching awards held at Dunedin Hospital yesterday.
Mondelez was genuinely interested in having some of its line of New Zealand products made in Oamaru, the general manager of Rainbow Confectionery says.
A 10-month rampage around the South Island, causing "wanton" destruction and stealing vehicles, cost the victims of Clay Michael Harris more than $100,000.
Police talk to two schoolboys in York Pl, Dunedin, after reports of people breaking windows and glass bottles and running over rooftops in George St yesterday.
Artist Glen Hayward has brought a childhood memory of playing in a crashed-out paddock racer to life. He talks to Rebecca Fox.
A Dunedin man who started a brawl in the Octagon by spitting at his victim and punching him unconscious has been sentenced.
Two crashes in Dunedin yesterday afternoon caused a road closure and minor injuries.
There is no evidence linking poor air quality and health problems in parts of Otago, regional councillor Michael Laws says.
Hundreds of people gathered at Otakou Marae yesterday to farewell Kuao Langsbury, a respected Te Runanga o Otakou and Ngai Tahu leader, who died last Saturday.
Historical gems around the globe, ranging from a Syrian bazaar and the last active synagogue in Alexandria to England's Blackpool Piers and Alabama civil rights buildings, are threatened by war, disasters and urbanisation.