A proposed skateboarding bylaw has been rejected by the city council.
All but one councillor voted not to adopt the new policy.
And some say it's time to rethink the bylaw entirely.
Obesity and Type II diabetes are still on the increase in New Zealand.
And tonight Professor in Nutrition and Global Health, Boyd Swinburn will speak about the problems associated with the two conditions.
Despite several ideas on how to combat the problem, he says each community needs to come up with a plan.
It has been confirmed women are the best in the household at loading the dishwasher.
But are Dunedin residents rinsing their dishes before using their machine, and how often do they thoroughly clean it?
These questions have been answered in a recent nationwide dishwasher survey, with some of the results coming as no surprise to a local technician.
Human trafficking is in the international headlines after 35 adults and children were found in a container in England over the weekend.
It is believed that more than 2.5m people a day are caught up in the practice.
And while New Zealand is not subject to this level of activity, the Government is diligent in regional and international efforts to combat trafficking.
A high level six-member delegation from China's Shanghai Municipal People's Congress will arrive in the city tomorrow.
It's here to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Dunedin's sister city relationship with Shanghai.
The delegation has expressed particular interest in learning about environmental protection, air pollution and sustainability.
International cruise line representatives are finding New Zealand's fuel and port costs to be among the highest in the world.
A recent Cruise New Zealand conference heard that while cruise passengers regularly rate their Kiwi experience highly, the high cost of operating here is a challenge for cruise lines.
The Dunedin City Council is seeking public feedback on the draft local alcohol policy.
Councillors agreed to make the proposal available for public consultation at a meeting today.
And council staff are urging the community to speak up and shape the policy.
The Caltex Valley Service Station received some unwanted visitors early this morning.
The Otago University Students Association has helped launch a new campaign aimed at stopping sexual violence.
The 'Are you that someone' campaign takes over from the older 'It's not ok' campaign.
And the people behind it are hoping their messages are heard this week, and people learn to speak up.
It was a weekend of zombie madness in the city.
A smorgasbord of undead-themed activities took place all over Dunedin.
And locals were quick to dress up as the dead to take part.
The Saint Kilda Saints have returned to the top of Dunedin men's basketball after a commanding win in Saturday's final.
They beat a resurgent Bombers side who failed to complete one of the biggest turnarounds in the tournament's history.
And for the winning side, it was a familiar face who ensured a comfortable victory.
The premiere of a locally-filmed zombie movie isn't the only undead-themed event happening over the next few days.
The Dundead pop culture festival has movie marathons, discos and more planned for the city.
Joining us to talk about the horror in store is Dallas Synnott-Chapman.
Highlanders centre Malakai Fekitoa's rise to fame could go one step further tomorrow night in Sydney.
Fekitoa will be the favourite to start the Bledisloe Cup match at centre after starter Conrad Smith was flown back to New Zealand this morning with his wife in labour.
Coach Steve Hansen told media Smith was still a possibility to play, but he 'wasn't holding his breath'.
The mood of prospective home buyers has hit its lowest point since 2007 according to the latest ASB Housing Confidence Survey.
Chief Economist Nick Tuffley says a net 11% of all respondents are seeing now as a bad time to buy.
He says recent interest rate rises, increasing house prices and lending restrictions have created a growing mood of pessimism in prospective home buyers.
A new hole has opened up in St Clair's Esplanade, despite nearly $700,000 being spent on the area in the last year.
Sink holes opened the pavement in May 2013 after big tides sucked sand away from the beach, allowing the fill behind the wall to be sucked out.
And despite a lot of time and money being spent on the problem, the city council says there's no cause for concern.
About 60 collectors and their buckets braved the cold conditions today to raise money for Amnesty International.
The streets of Dunedin will fill with the undead tomorrow night for the world premiere of a locally produced zombie movie.
I Survived a Zombie Holocaust will debut as part of the Dundead festival.
And the film's creator says the city played a major role in the production.
A range of events have been held in the student quarter to raise awareness of the city's diversity.
They're part of the Otago University Students' Association Diversity Week.
And the people behind the scenes say scarfies are embracing the celebrations.
Right across the country house sales for July slumped 13% compared to last year's figures.
The national median price rose more than 8% and that trend was seen here in Otago.
But Real Estate Institute of New Zealand data out this week showed Dunedin sales were down almost 20%.
Here to give us an update on sales locally is Liz Nidd, REINZ Regional Director.
Statistics New Zealand figures out today show the resident population for the country was 4,442,100.
In the year to June 2014 it's estimated the population grew by 1.5%, or 67,800 people.
Statistics New Zealand say the country is growing at its fastest rate for over a decade.
High immigration levels have boosted the numbers but they are down 29,000 fewer people than estimated.