Part of Portobello Rd in Dunedin is partially blocked after a tree fell on the road this afternoon.
The US woman critically injured while riding a Lime scooter home in Dunedin last month has been offered a free helmet by a UK-based company.
An independent review of Enterprise Dunedin has criticised its performance in the tourism sector, but stopped short of recommending a major overhaul.
The former head of Invermay says AgResearch's decision to scrap plans for a $206million research facility at Lincoln shows what a ''disaster'' the plan has been.
Members of the Maritime Union of New Zealand are vowing to fight to save their Port Chalmers branch headquarters.
The Dunedin City Council wants to deploy "rangers" in the Dunedin Botanic Garden to keep staff safe and the public informed.
A petition calling for Lime e-scooters to be recalled - like any other defective product - is being taken to Wellington by Dunedin writer Lynley Hood.
Cathy and Alex Shemansky are supposed to be enjoying a golden period in their lives.But since 2015, they've repeatedly been in clean-up mode after the flooding of their Otago Peninsula property.
Dunedin city councillors have underscored their opposition to exporting rubbish from Dunedin, but council staff insist the option has to remain as the closure of the Green Island landfill looms.
The Dunedin City Council plans to spend millions fixing private stormwater infrastructure being overwhelmed by flooding across the city.
Dunedin city's Mayor, Dave Cull, has expressed fears the independence of Otago Polytechnic is under threat from a pending shake-up of the vocational education sector.
A petition calling for Lime e-scooters to be recalled - like any other defective product is being taken to Wellington by Dunedin writer Dr Lynley Hood.
A Dunedin nightlife identity has defended his reputation while seeking a licence for a new "pop-up" lounge bar in the city.
Graphs are flying, and both sides are claiming they are right, as a Dunedin city councillor takes on his own council over stormwater spending.
The Dunedin City Council is drawing up a contingency plan to export the city's rubbish to other centres, as delays replacing the existing Green Island landfill prompt criticism from a city councillor.
The husband of the high-flying former Otago woman killed in an avalanche in the Italian Alps says "words cannot describe the loss we feel after Sunday’s accident".
Options for the new look for Dunedin's main street could be unveiled by the middle of this year.
The Year of the Pig began with bright spectacle as thousands of people celebrated Chinese New Year in Dunedin last night.
The Year of the Pig is being welcomed in style as thousands of people celebrate Chinese New Year in Dunedin tonight.
A proposal to charge some Dunedin businesses up to 10% of the cost of some street upgrades has been questioned by the Otago Chamber of Commerce.