The case of a stolen mobility scooter in St Kilda has been solved.
Labour leader Jacinda Ardern believes she has the edge over National in terms of a relationship with New Zealand First.
The grounds of the first property saved by the Otago Peninsula Trust will be lit with a golden glow this week.
Directors of Dunedin City Council companies have been told in no uncertain terms the community is not happy with an almost $1 million payout to a departing chief executive.
Two gifts to the children's ward at the Dunedin Hospital are likely to revive happy memories of earlier visits to the Otago Museum Discovery World science centre.
Dunedin police are warning parents to be vigilant after a young girl was approached by stranger in Mornington on Saturday.
A drug dealer whose sister died in a car crash says he wants to get out of prison as soon as possible to help look after her orphaned daughters.
From cooking for London’s rich and famous to selling spice mixes in Dunedin, Dan Pearson has been on quite a journey, Rebecca Fox discovers.
A woman has described to a jury her childhood ordeal of watching her friend being raped while her alleged abuser filmed it.
A Dunedin man with a history of domestic violence says he wants to turn his life around and help other men in his position.
Contractors begin removing scaffolding from the Castle St facade of Dunedin's historic courthouse yesterday.
The blaze which gutted a Brockville home where a man's body was found is not believed suspicious.
Dunedin has ''returned to form'' in giving Labour a strong party vote, political commentator Chris Trotter says.
A historic miner's hut near Macraes was close to disrepair, but the Department of Conservation said sod that.
A 42-year-old man had more than one reason to not want to speak to police when blue and red lights appeared behind him yesterday morning.
Poor nutrition is contributing to the increasing numbers of people suffering mental illness, a large psychiatry conference has been told.
Children's Commissioner Judge Andrew Becroft urges more than 100 University of Otago family law students to become advocates for young people once they took on ''powerful'' positions as lawyers.
The Public Service Association and Southern District Health Board are at odds over staffing levels, but the union claims the board has admitted there are too many vacancies.
The body of a rare striped dolphin has been discovered on Warrington Beach, near Dunedin.
A Dunedin resident got a ''rude awakening'' when an SUV hurtled down a bank and crashed into the side of his house early yesterday.