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Eight people have been arrested after securing themselves to a train and railway lines at Dunedin Railway Station.
Extra efforts to stop birds flocking to a proposed landfill near Dunedin Airport may not be enough to allay fears of bird-strike on aircraft, the airport has warned.
While working for Rural Livestock Limited, John Francis Williams defrauded his employer as well as his clients by submitting false sale notes related to livestock sales and leasing agreements.
A South Dunedin man has been charged after a laser was shone into the cockpit of the Otago Rescue Helicopter.
Popular Dunedin sports fields may be sacrificed in a bid to protect the city's iconic southern coastline from the impacts of climate-related sea level rise and erosion.
One of the South Island's biggest agricultural shows will go ahead next year, bucking the trend of widespread cancellations of A&P shows around the country.
Queenstown businesses are grappling with severe staff shortages, with some managers preparing to pitch in on the front line this summer.
Safety precautions have been taken outside a Dunedin building after a concerned citizen informed the city council about precarious-looking cracks.
The future of Dunedin railway services - including the Taieri Gorge line to Hindon - could be secured until mid-2024.
An electrical fault has been identified as the cause of last year's disastrous fire at Lake Ōhau, which destroyed or damaged 54 buildings and homes in the township.
Police found the body in the Clutha River in Central Otago about 1.5km from the Roxburgh Dam.
A 47-year-old woman is due to appear in the Dunedin District Court today after being arrested and charged with accessory after the fact to murder.
Officers were called to a Dunedin suburb last night after a resident contacted police "in distress, stating a possum was holding her hostage".
The family of Alexandra man Wayne Hammond, who has been missing for almost two weeks, are appealing for help to find him.
Police intend re-enacting the drive a missing Central Otago man took seven days earlier when he was last seen, in the hope a witness will come forward.
A primary school principal is calling out the Ministry of Education for reneging on a promise to stop children from standing on school buses in the Queenstown Lakes.
Lives could have been lost after a group of young men set off fireworks causing a pile of rubbish next to a house to go up in flames, police say.
New modelling shows clinicians are planning for close to 900 Covid-19 cases a week across Otago and Southland in a worst-case scenario.
Clinicians are planning for a Covid-19 worst-case scenario in which close to 900 cases a week are reported in Otago and Southland.
Dunedin City Council has already completed assessments on 63 council buildings with early reports suggesting 21 are likely to be classified as earthquake-prone.