The wet weather that has stuck around for the past couple of weeks shows no signs of abating.
Chiefs boss Andrew Flexman has expressed his regret at the way he addressed allegations of improper behaviour with a stripper at the team's season-ending function.
The Australasian consulting firm whose controversial report upset senior Dunedin research clinicians recently has been chosen to run the next big stage of the Dunedin Hospital redevelopment project.
The Government must stop ignoring the "very real'' threats facing South Dunedin and act on the Dunedin City Council's request for help, Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei says.
Dunedin youngster Carter Helliwell has a rare chromosomal disorder, but pitched in to help at the launch of the latest annual Kids Hospital Appeal yesterday.
Heavy snow warnings have been lifted for Dunedin and North Otago, but snow could still fall to 300 metres tomorrow.
The University of Otago yesterday confirmed five humanities departments are likely to have staff cut by November - possibly totalling 15-20 people.
The Salvation Army denies it has "fired'' two volunteers for speaking out about the future of the Dunedin foodbank and the treatment of the organisation's staff.
The vandals responsible for ripping up Harbour Rugby Club's grounds tore up the turf in a "stupid'' act, club chairman Lance Spence says.
Police are still searching for a dangerous criminal with a long history of dishonesty offending.
A Londoner became a New Zealander in Dunedin so she wouldn't miss out on a "furry hug'' with Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull.
The rape jokes told by an Australian comedian due to perform in the South encourage sexual violence and make light of survivors' pain, Rape Crisis Dunedin says.
The Anglican Church has made its first steps to raise money to keep a bishop in Dunedin, but has a long way to go before the position is secure.
Memories were made at the Taieri Schools' Music Festival in Dunedin last night.
Celebrating The Big Listen, in George St yesterday, are Otago Community Broadcasters Society chairwoman Chanel O'Brien, broadcaster Julie Woods, Otago Access Radio youth co-ordinator Domi Angelo...
Dominic George and Pat Brittenden look back at last weekend’s semi-finals and forward to the final game of Super Rugby for 2016.
Dominic George and Pat Brittenden look at what the bookies are saying about our athletes' chances at the Rio Olympics, who to look out for, who they think will bring home the medals and whether there are any dark horses out there.
An Emirates plane caught fire after slumping onto the runway in Dubai, killing one firefighter in an intense blaze. All passengers and crew are safe.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe described the launch as a "grave threat" to Japan and said its self-defence force would remain on alert in case of further launches.
The arrest of 10 tobacco company employees and one of their family members is the latest police sting to nab offenders believed to be stealing for the blackmarket.