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A Dunedin city councillor who tried to take on the manufacturing of Cadbury products has unveiled his new plan for a publicly-owned chocolate company.
Saving up money for a house or study isn't easy for those on lower incomes, so one Dunedin employer has come up with a unique way to help their staff save.
The future of the annual festival is uncertain, but the Jaffa Race isn't going anywhere - despite today's postponement due to weather.
A judge has revealed it was a police officer who was sentenced to community service and fined $15,000 for stalking a man in Dunedin after a minor dispute over a parking ticket.
A man has been jailed for six and a half years for nearly severing the hand of his ex-partner's father.
Patients waiting at Dunedin Hospital's crowded eye clinic regularly have sit on the floor, despite the hospital saying it only happened once, says the union for hospital workers.
Politicians are risking creating "ignorance and misrepresentations" about immigrants, the Federation of Multicultural Councils says.
A team of New Zealand scientists is heading to Antarctica to test the vulnerability of the Ross Ice Shelf to climate change. Video
An Oamaru woman who lost her son to suicide says the government's draft suicide prevention plan is "spineless".
A Stewart Island oyster farmer says it's "gut-wrenching" having to dispose of healthy oysters to stop the spread of a deadly parasite to the Bluff fisheries.
Cries of "you sat on your hands", and "you haven't done your job properly" ran through the audience as locals confronted MPI officials. Audio
Dunedin is gearing up for a sell-out clash between the British and Irish Lions and the Highlanders tonight. Audio
A Dunedin city councillor is launching a last-minute bid to keep manufacturing Cadbury's iconic products in Dunedin, and he wants the country's help to raise the funds.
A court has ruled the Department of Conservation does not have the authority to grant shark-cage diving permits.
School rolls could drop and teacher's jobs may be lost because of the government's proposed visa changes for migrant workers, principals in South Otago warn.
A Dunedin principal is "disappointed and disturbed" some children are waiting more than 12 months due to a shortage of dental therapists.
Invercargill's leaders remain divided over whether the city is equipped to handle refugees, as it prepares to roll out the welcome mat to its first arrivals in December.
Critically endangered New Zealand sea lions are forming the first proper breeding colony seen north of the sub-Antarctic in 200 years.
Staff at a South Island salmon farm have been left reeling after vandals cut one of its nets and released 6000 young salmon into the wild.
Principals of Dunedin schools where increased lead levels have been found in soil tests say there's no need to panic.
A Southland mayor has apologised "hand on heart" for spending more than $1 million in ratepayer money towards a cycle trail court case it has now dropped.
A sobbing young Belgian woman tells a court she wonders if she's strong enough to face the future after a man she met in New Zealand almost drove her off a road.
Friendly bus drivers, growing vegetables in their garden and a welcoming community have helped a Syrian refugee family settle in to their new life in Dunedin.
Residents opposed to Dunedin's first five-star hotel say it's not right their views will be blocked so tourists can have better ones.
Parking wardens in Dunedin have recorded 18 incidents of violence or abuse in one month.