The Otago Art Society fears a proposed plan to make the Dunedin Railway Station a pedestrian precinct will adversely affect its operation and those of its fellow tenants.
Dunedin's warm autumn and the resulting sustained numbers of travellers, meant an unofficial extension to the 2018-19 freedom camping season.
The success of the Thomas Burns St car park freedom camping experiment has helped relieve the pressure on the city's other main sites - Warrington, Ocean View and Brighton.
To lift New Zealand children out of poverty, increased income is urgently required for families, and something must be done about "seriously inadequate'' benefits.
Training workers and jobseekers to meet the challenges of the Dunedin Hospital rebuild, centre city development and regional projects will require careful planning, experts say.
Port Otago will embark on a major six-month project to remove 45,000cu m of excess dirt and rock from Flagstaff Hill, Port Chalmers, from Monday.
About 600 young singers will step into the limelight on stage at the Dunedin Town Hall in next week's secondary school choirs event, The Big Sing.
There are no green solutions, there are only tough choices and big change projects.
After 34 years’ stewardship over its local community hall, the St Kilda Community Hall Club is winding up.
The expansion of the Government’s Warmer Kiwi Homes insulation subsidies means a further 1200 Dunedin homeowners will be covered by the scheme.
A walk down memory lane has become even more special for visitors, families, staff and volunteers at the Otago Community Hospice.
Studies in social work have been a real eye-opener on the issues of mental health and youth suicide for Dunedin woman Michele Venables.
A year ago this month, the Fortune Theatre closed its doors, sending shock waves through Dunedin’s arts community. Now, while there remains a ‘‘Fortune Theatresized hole in the city’’ and a...
Supporting the continuation and development of local theatre has been top of mind for Dunedin City Council arts adviser Cara Paterson since the closure of the Fortune Theatre in May last year.
An innovative project to repurpose textiles to make cuddly soft toys is aimed at highlighting "the elephant in the room'' - the growing crisis of textile waste.
Local walkways, the crumbling Sims building, and work to mitigate the noise from Rio-class ships at Port Chalmers were among the topics discussed at last week's West Harbour Community Board meeting.
The tendering process for the extension of the West Harbour cycleway-walkway has been delayed slightly, but tenders should go out midyear, NZTA says.
The Abbeyfield model of "flatting for seniors'' is growing in popularity around New Zealand, and now is the time for a second facility for Dunedin.
Moving the Dunedin central Work and Income service centre to John Wickliffe House in the Exchange will create a more pleasant and flexible environment for clients, officials say.
Operating on the principle that one person's unloved book is another person's literary treasure, the Regent Theatre's book sale team will be out and about for collection day today.