A Port Chalmers resident wants trees in a rail corridor to remain and for Dunedin Railways to consult residents before the chainsaws get cranking.
Toitu Otago Settlers Museum curator Sean Brosnahan and his son Hugh are on a quest to track down the family of a German soldier and return their ancestor's military ``dog tag'' to them.
Dunedin South electorate residents are ahead of the curve when it comes to enrolling to vote.
Some of the world's top butchers are getting out the knives - and a Dunedin man will be in the thick of the action.
A parade of rubbish-collecting good Samaritans will be out in force next month during Clean Up New Zealand Week.
Sport Otago is putting the fun in fun run with a colourful twist.
Long-serving Dunedin firefighter Phil Marsh has been appointed head of the Otago Rural Fire Authority.
Weeping relatives hugged each other and reached out to touch the coffins at a state funeral for some of the 291 people killed in an earthquake in Italy this week.
The United States and Russia have failed to reach a breakthrough deal on military cooperation and a nationwide cessation of hostilities in Syria, saying they still have issues to resolve before an...
At least four police cars and a dog handler were involved in a hunt for a man who tried to evade arrest near Hamilton today.
Police have released the name of the man believed to have shot at police in Northland early yesterday.
A Kiwi man is missing in Western Australia in mysterious circumstances.
Sir Richard Branson says he thought he was "going to die" when he crashed his bike on a Caribbean island.
Hopes of finding more survivors from Italy's powerful earthquake have faded as the death toll rises to 281 and the rescue operation in some of the stricken areas is called off.
Several thousand homes in north and west Auckland remain without power this morning as strong winds wreak havoc in the area.
The battle lines are being drawn as a fight for the future of local democracy heats up across NZ. But, as some mayors vow to take to the street, others say change is overdue.
Delta has hailed the sale of a controversial Christchurch subdivision to a Wanaka-based developer as a breakthrough in its efforts to recover $13.4 million in bad debt.
Southern mayors have been accused of electioneering after hitting out at National’s local government reforms.
Caroline and Chloe (8 months) Spooner, of Dunedin, show their support for the Cancer Society’s annual Daffodil Day street appeal in George St yesterday.
A booze bus is not a nice place to be on a Friday night. Shawn McAvinue spends the night on the bus with "all walks of life" and some muppets.