Police are staying tight-lipped about the cause of a Brockville house fire which claimed the life of a Dunedin man.
The Chills frontman Martin Phillipps is selling off a small portion of his vast collection to help fund a documentary film about his famous band. Mike Houlahan reports.
Polling booths open at 9am today and close at 7pm for people yet to cast their vote in the 2017 general election.
The Dunedin City Council has installed four new parking signs it hopes will ease congestion during the cruise ship season.
A new collaborative initiative between southern iwi and police aims to tackle the overrepresentation of Maori offending and imprisonment.
A man who sold home-made spirits to 15-year-old girls, landing them in hospital vomiting violently, has been fined $500.
A Dunedin woman due to be sentenced on her fifth drink-driving conviction this week turned up so drunk she could barely stand.
Presbyterian Support Otago staff members were surprised and delighted to be given more than 50 early Christmas presents for youngsters in need, at a University of Otago college this week.
Rob Kidd talks to Richard Gray about his bootleg booze business, his arrest and subsequent court appearance.
Prisoners at Otago Corrections Facility (OCF) are providing joy to the people of the region through a new initiative between the prison and the Malcam Trust.
The colleagues of the women in the syndicate that claimed the $30 million Lotto prize last Saturday are remaining tight-lipped.
Sheryl Chittock plants flax on a track between Portobello and Andersons Bay Rds in Dunedin on Thursday.
Otago Regional Council bus ambassadors Maria Kean (left) and Robbitti Stanley have been putting in some long days but have been thoroughly enjoying their work.
Seeds from a Japanese gingko tree that survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima are being planted in Dunedin as part of an international peace project.
The Ridge Runner bus service began life this week as part of the third and biggest group of bus changes introduced by the Otago Regional Council since July 2015.
The search for missing Dunedin man Stephen Lowe will pause today and resume tomorrow after volunteers have spent five days in the Catlins trying to locate him.
People around the world have marked World Car Free Day. ODT reporter Margot Taylor left her car at home and joined people on six bus journeys on Friday.
The University of Otago says the expertise of the Women’s Health Research Centre will remain, despite staff transfers to Victoria University.
Placemakers Dunedin staff (from left) owner and operator Justin Macready, showroom team leader Gerrard Dassen and administrator Gwen Macready prepare blue sausages to raise funds for Blue September.
A packed St Paul’s Cathedral welcomed Dunedin’s newest bishop to the congregation.