The developer of land in Outram has been told he can go ahead, but must not build on an area of rural land containing high-class soil.
South Dunedin's electric postal delivery vehicles have been taken off the road with faults just a few days after they became operational.
Police are seeking information after video game consoles were targeted in a burglaries in North Dunedin at the weekend.
Little Sisters of the Poor Mother General Maria del Monte Auxiliadora (right) and her assistant Sister Joseph Christine visit Brockville's Sacred Heart Home and Hospital yesterday.
A sea change may be in store for Otago Harbour after the first significant meeting about it is held since the early 1990s.
The nature of truth has concerned British historian Sir Richard Evans for much of his career.
Anglican Family Care director Nicola Taylor (left) and Pillars chief executive Verna McFelin, of Christchurch, are planning a joint pilot scheme in Dunedin to help young children of prisoners.
The cast of Opera Otago production The Pirates of Penzance perform a dress rehearsal ahead of opening night on Thursday.
A man will spend six months in jail after sending a Christchurch murder accused graphic death threats, complete with pictures, detailing how he would kill him.
Seven counsellors could be laid off in a proposed shake-up of the University of Otago's mental health service.
Twenty-nine years after a potentially paralysing accident, Nicki Fairbairn has won a bronze medal for her country.
Ambitious young Otago sailors are this week being given a chance to stake a claim to compete in the O'pen Bic class world championships next year.
United States Vice President Mike Pence walked out of a National Football League game on Sunday after some players knelt during the national anthem, a form of demonstration that began last year in...
Business owners are worried after more of the Rawene car park in Birkenhead collapsed down a bank due to a landslip overnight.
Republican United States Senator Bob Corker warned on Sunday that President Donald Trump risks setting the nation “on the path to World War Three" in an interview with The New York Times, the...
New Zealand police have apologised for an insensitive tweet.
Convicted wife killer Colin Bouwer has been deported to South Africa.
Police are negotiating with a man perched on the balcony roof of a high rise building in Sydney's north following the discovery of a woman's body on the ground below.
While much of the country is having a wet start to the week, parts of Otago and Southland were expected to see sunshine today, with temperatures around 20 degrees.
Winston Peters has emerged from talks with National, refusing to say what policies are being discussed - but foreign ownership will be part of negotiations.