The Dunedin City Council has started looking at "high level" options for significant investment in South Dunedin’s stormwater infrastructure.
A man on a zero-alcohol driver’s licence who drank a bottle of bourbon before driving his work vehicle to a police station has been jailed.
After 57 years of nursing, Lesley Dennison jokes she wants to retire before she becomes more of a patient than a nurse.
One of the larger conferences to come to Dunedin, a six-day international event that will attract up to 1000 delegates to the city, is the latest in a series bringing considerable economic...
Two Dunedin apprentices are heading to the Master Electricians Challenge final.
The Blind Foundation’s leadership programme is in full swing.
An insurance stoush is set to heat up as an East Otago woman, recently confined in a Malaysian hospital, returns home.
A police investigation has been launched after four suspicious fires in Dunedin on Monday.
The All Blacks and Wales test match in June added $8.3 million to Dunedin, an economic report has revealed.
A fallen tree branch closed School Rd North, in Mosgiel, for about 45 minutes yesterday.
A 33-year-old Dunedin psychology student has appeared in court in relation to a wild car ride which left a trail of destruction in Mornington.
NZ First leader Winston Peters says a move to set up a new ethnicity-based political party for Asian and Indian immigrants is a ``an extraordinary demand'' which will harm New Zealand.
A judge has granted permission for the hearing of Kim Dotcom's appeal against his extradition to be streamed on YouTube, making it New Zealand's first court case to be broadcast on the internet.
An innocent man wants an apology after police held him at gunpoint in a case of mistaken identity.
After a series of gang related incidents in Rotorua police are maintaining a high level of visibility on the city streets and urging the community to speak up.
An account manager who embezzled more than $400,000 from the school where she worked, splashed out on flash clothes and overseas trips.
Facebook will not become a media company but remain as a technology platform, founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg says.
Four early childcare teachers have successfully argued that not stating an official start date for a 90-day trial period in an employment agreement voided the entire trial.
A Canterbury man has been charged with assaulting a three-month old baby.
Most areas of the country are warming up, just in time for spring.