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Otago University's proctor has admitted his decision to enter an unlocked flat to confiscate drug paraphernalia was an error in judgment.
The public response to Queenstown Airport's proposal to double flight capacity in the tourist centre is expected to be known sometime next month.
New Zealand's health and safety watchdog is satisfied Aurora Energy is "now" responsibly managing its network.
Dunedin police are not releasing descriptions of suspects or vehicles involved in a series of suspicious approaches of school children in the city.
Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult says he is being unfairly targeted over the collapse of Stonewood Homes.
Part of Dunedin's central city will be opened to freedom campers to cope with growing numbers inundating existing coastal sites.
A health supplement company director's nosebleeds led to it lowering the amount of deer velvet powder in its pills. Audio
It's the case of the celebrity-endorsed deer velvet, the chocolate substitute and the conspiracy.
Queenstown's mayor is being taken to court by liquidators for a building company.
A Dunedin police officer is recovering at home after being hit by a courier van while in attendance at a car crash scene last night.
Queenstown locals are up in arms over the proposal to double the number of flights to and from the town's airport.
A jury is hearing the trial of five people accused of playing a part in the death of an Invercargill teen, with the Crown opening on the case today.
The latest police statistics show offending committed by young people has plummeted during the past four years.
Protect the environment or build a flash new headquarters - that's the choice facing Otago Regional Council, according to councillor Michael Laws.
The investigation into a junior football coach who allegedly forced a player to rub their nose in the dirt has been described as a whitewash.
The acting Prime Minister has weighed into the debate on access to the Hāwea Conservation Park, saying the National Party has to front questions about how the sale was able to proceed.
The son of an Australian tourist who died on a remote highway in Southland says his mother's death still haunts him and he has not forgiven the man she was last with before she died.
The practise of a Dunedin junior football coach who allegedly made players touch their noses to the ground after making mistakes was meant to be "fun".
The government will contribute more than $800,000 to the development of Dunedin's waterfront. Video
Melbourne Rebels rugby player Amanaki Mafi has been released on bail and will leave New Zealand tomorrow morning.
The latest sale price in one of Queenstown's special housing areas, created to increase the affordability of homes, was $890,000.
A senior Dunedin detective's involvement in a case he had no official role in, and which led to a confession being thrown out of court, did not meet good practice, the police watchdog says.
There are fears the government's foreign buyer ban will have little effect on house prices in the country's most unaffordable area and may make matters worse.
The people at ground zero of the Mycoplasma bovis outbreak are warning that the eradication bid could have disastrous knock-on effects. Audio
The impact British musician Ed Sheeran had on Dunedin has been felt long after his three shows in the city, with news his visit injected almost $38 million into the local economy.