Dunedin Airport sports a new sign at its entrance that connects it to the city brand.
The steps of Freda Du Faur, the first female mountaineer to climb Mt Cook/Aoraki, are being retraced in ink in a University of Otago print project.
Prime Minister John Key said New Zealand was ''in great hands'' as he praised the recipients of the 2016 Otago Daily Times Class Act awards yesterday.
Dunedin school pupils leave a New Zealand International Film Festival screening at the Regent Theatre yesterday.
Work to repair the most significant slip caused by last June’s flood is to start next week, after the Dunedin City Council awarded a $570,000 tender.
A 100-year-old villa, cut in half, is removed from 129 Harbour Tce by two trucks in Dunedin yesterday.
For most young scientists, the sky is the limit.
Dunedin man Rupert Greenwood is learning to breathe again.
A young masked woman entered a Dunedin dairy with a weapon last night and demanded money.
The Dunedin City Council staff member caught parking illegally in Green Island on Wednesday has been "spoken to".
A multimillion-dollar health hub based in Caversham will provide healthcare for some of the city’s most vulnerable residents, the project’s founder says.
There are no fixed speed cameras operating in the South Island, it has been revealed.
Prime Minister John Key was on hand at the 2016 Otago Daily Times Class Act awards ceremony at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery yesterday.
A major fire in an Auckland shopping arcade is now under control and firefighters are searching the gutted building amid fears people may have been inside.
A small coastal community north of Dunedin is split over whether a public toilet should be installed, as some residents are concerned its presence would attract freedom campers.
Ioannis Antonopoulos sent in this photo of a Leopard Seal on Brighton Beach yesterday.
Paul Casey would like assistance in identifying the people in this photo, which he thinks was taken in Otago at the turn of last century.
A woman is injured after two cars collided in Dunedin.
A family with two young girls were told by Corrections they should play on the other side of their house after a paedophile was moved in next door, Labour's Trevor Mallard says.
A Bill that will allow New Zealand's foreign intelligence agency, the GCSB, to spy on Kiwis when national security is at stake has easily passed its first reading.