Sammy's, the University Oval grandstand and Maori Hill Coronation Hall headline a list of 21 Dunedin City Council buildings considered to be earthquake-prone.
Sammy's, the University Oval Grandstand and Maori Hill Coronation Hall head a list of 21 Dunedin City Council buildings considered to be earthquake-prone.
As gardeners across Dunedin took advantage of the sunshine this Labour Weekend, business was booming in nurseries across the city.
Media comments about council staff have landed Otago Regional Council deputy chairman Michael Laws in hot water and could see him lose his leadership role.
A man killed in a light plane crash near Lake Ōhau yesterday morning has been described as a "very experienced" and "widely respected" pilot.
The man killed in a light plane crash near Lake Ōhau this morning was a "very experienced" and "widely respected" pilot.
Dunedin's tardy library users may soon be feeling fine if a plan to abolish fees for overdue items checks out.
A Caversham playground is set to be the first to benefit from new investment in the city’s play spaces.
Planting trees may become mandatory for certain new housing developments under rules being considered by the Dunedin City Council.
It is full stream ahead for Otago Polyfest after the event’s first online-only event began last night.
Writing can be a solitary business, but this was not so at Olveston Historic Home over the weekend.
Everything had to go at a farm auction on Saturday as a prominent Dunedin farmer called time on nearly 50 years of growing produce on the Taieri Plain.
Kiwis have smashed the government's 'Super Saturday' goal of 100,000 vaccine doses today - and Auckland should hit the 90% first-dose target in the next five days.
Resource consent has been granted for a 10-lot subdivision in eastern Mosgiel.
A Les Cleveland cocktail evening held at the Dunedin Botanic Garden’s propagation facility last night launched three days of festivities marking the 50th anniversary of rhododendron celebrations in the city.
Special Rigs for Special Kids has been cancelled for 2021 after a meeting last night described by an organiser as one of the hardest the group has ever had.
A 36-year-old man has been charged with failing to comply with a Covid-19 order after allegedly travelling from Auckland to Wanaka over the past seven days.
Left with lifelong health complications after contracting polio when he was 3 months old, a 64-year-old Cromwell man says the vaccine hesitant need to think about their future health.
Heritage values are being pitted against higher density housing as a 120-year-old High St house is set to be demolished to make way for blocks of flats.
The speed limit in Mt Cargill Rd is set to drop to 60kmh from 80kmh, but the Dunedin City Council has backed off from implementing more wide-ranging rural speed limit reductions.