The Dunedin City Council will spend $60,000 on closing the lower Octagon and lower Stuart St for six days, and temporarily transforming the area into an ''inviting streetscape'' and ''central hub''...
Dunedin's local alcohol policy has hit another wall after it was withdrawn from consideration at a Dunedin City Council meeting because of legal fears.
By Frances Bote - Year 10, St Peter's College
By Ella McGuigan - Year 11, St Peter's College
By Max Callaghan - Year 11, St Peter's College
The different ways the word ''yes'' can be said was highlighted during roll call at Logan Park High School's Race Unity Day yesterday.
Outgoing Presbyterian Support Otago (PSO) chief executive Gillian Bremner was thanked yesterday at an event marking almost a quarter century at the helm of the organisation.
No new poker machines will be allowed in Dunedin.
A long-serving Dunedin City Council senior manager is stepping down as head of property, but says her resignation has nothing to do with the problems faced by the embattled department.
An Otago Peninsula home depicted in a classic New Zealand painting narrowly escaped destruction yesterday after a fire started in its ceiling space.
A site for the new Dunedin hospital has been chosen and is being considered by the Cabinet, with a public announcement likely to be made next month.
A large earthquake would likely compromise the Waipori floodbank and result in a flood akin to the 1980 disaster in an area including the airport, a new report says.
As long as it plays by the rules, competitors and local authorities are relaxed about Uber's expansion into Otago.
The University of Otago is welcoming more international students this year - and among them are four high-achieving scholarship winners, enrolling through a scheme designed to strengthen...
An ambulance officer has been taken to hospital after being punched by a patient he was caring for in Christchurch this evening.
Last week, The South Today reported that two Queenstown business managers were concerned about hiring New Zealand workers.
Convicted fraudster Mike Swann and a friend have been accused by family members of being involved in the disappearance of a missing Marlborough Sounds charter skipper.
The Invercargill City Council’s new chief executive was welcomed to the role yesterday.
A six-year-old boy is dead after a ute went down a bank near Whanganui in the North Island this afternoon.
A proposed site for the Dunedin Hospital rebuild is being considered by Cabinet, and a decision is likely to be made public next month.