The Dunedin City Council manager whose approach earned her the nickname ''Ruthless'' has quit.
The Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society's under-siege executive committee has pulled out of a meeting planned to try to resolve an acrimonious split in the organisation.
The man in charge of the Government's new $1 billion regional economic development fund has dropped a big hint it could help pay for the regeneration of Dunedin's waterfront.
A bold concept for the redevelopment of Dunedin's Steamer Basin is being hailed as a ''stunning'' vision of the future of the city.
Ratepayers will ultimately meet the cost of a recent lighting failure inside Forsyth Barr Stadium, it has finally been confirmed.
The company running Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium is still refusing to shine a light on the cause of a blackout before the recent All Blacks versus Wallabies test.
Members of the Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society hope a meeting with key figures in its under-siege executive committee will help resolve an acrimonious split in the organisation.
Thousands of hardy revellers braved grey and thundery skies for Dunedin’s annual Vogel St Party on Saturday.
A ghostly echo of Passchendaele reverberated through Dunedin’s streets on Saturday.
Thousands of hardy revellers have braved grey and thundery skies for the start of Dunedin's annual Vogel St Party.
The man behind Dunedin's latest five-star hotel bid is vowing to fight and will appeal the decision to decline consent for his project.
Hotel developer Anthony Tosswill is not giving up on Dunedin just yet.
The man behind Dunedin’s latest five-star hotel bid says the decision to reject his development will send a bad signal.
The company running Forsyth Barr Stadium is refusing to say if it has been slapped with a financial penalty following a lighting meltdown before last month’s All Blacks versus Wallabies test.
Music fans have two more reasons to celebrate as pop superstar Robbie Williams and Pink Floyd founding member Roger Waters prepare to head to Dunedin next year.
Pink Floyd fans will set their controls for the heart of Dunedin when Roger Waters performs in the city next year, and Robbie Williams' legion of supporters could soon be joining them.
The fate of Dunedin’s latest five-star hotel bid is now in the hands of three independent commissioners, after seven days of debate concluded with a last-minute bid to get the project over the line.
The developer behind Dunedin’s latest five-star hotel bid faces fresh challenges as he fights for consent to build the controversial project in Moray Pl.
The Dunedin City Council is setting aside $100,000 to support people and businesses affected by this week's water scare, but health authorities are warning the worst could be yet to come.
The Dunedin City Council says the extent of the public health threat posed by the city's water scare will not be known until later today.