Dunedin police attended an incident in South Dunedin after a serious verbal threat was made yesterday.
Only 10% of the $100,000 set aside by the Dunedin City Council for people and businesses affected by August’s boil-water notice for parts of the city has been approved.
A man escaped from his car unscathed after it ran off the road into Otago Harbour yesterday.
A clampdown on poker machines in South Dunedin may be extended across the city, after a reversal in what has been a steady decline in the multi-million dollar gambling spend.
As the Dunedin Heritage Festival began with a bang, a conservation steward was honoured for his contribution to the Otago Peninsula and to Dunedin heritage.
Walls are erected on the former Carisbrook site in Dunedin as work continues yesterday on the development of a building for Fletcher Easysteel.
Police and wildlife officers are setting traps for a large crocodile that's believed to have killed an elderly, dementia-suffering woman in north Queensland.
One-third of Auckland’s trees have been cut down in the past five years, the Tree Council reveals.
Hellers has recalled a batch of sausages after a Wellington teenager who ate one mistakenly labelled as dairy free went into anaphylactic shock.
Broadcaster Sean Plunket has resigned from the Broadcasting Standards Authority after posting a controversial tweet about Harvey Weinstein.
A special forces member who died during a training exercise off Coromandel Peninsula today was a married father of four.
A pedestrian was taken to hospital after an accident in which a car crashed into a building in Oamaru this afternoon.
Fifty searchers, including a contingent of LandSAR volunteers pulled from a national training exercise at Berwick, are continuing to search for a missing Dunedin man this afternoon.
Four men have been hospitalised after a shooting in a town at the southern tip of Sweden, regional police have confirmed.
Queenslanders have handed in more than 16,000 firearms as part of the national gun amnesty.
A man has escaped unharmed after crashing his car into Otago Harbour this afternoon.
NZ First leader Winston Peters says the party board and caucus will meet to discuss the makeup of the next Government on Monday.
Warm temperatures are expected far many places as school goes back but not before a bitter cold snap brings snow and thunderstorms to the South.
An elderly man has died six days after a car crash in Christchurch.
In his second weekly column Mosgiel teenager Ben Hawke predicts a mixed bag for Dunedin weather this weekend.