Former pupils of Kavanagh College are calling on the Catholic Bishop of Dunedin to "break the cycle" of inaction over historic sexual abuse by committing to renaming the school.
An international support group for survivors abused by priests has joined calls for Dunedin's Kavanagh College to be renamed.
A major review of Dunedin's sports fields, set to begin later this year, could shift goalposts across the city.
A new bridge near Sutton is almost ready to be revealed and the cost has come in $500,000 under budget, the Dunedin City Council says.
The chairman of the West Harbour Community Board wants answers over the looming threat to Moller Park.
An "ugly" addition to Dunedin's West Harbour landscape will not be permanent after all, the NZ Transport Agency says.
The Harbour Rugby Club has turned to a private investigator as it prepares for a possible court battle to defend Moller Park.
A multimillion-dollar project to deepen part of Otago Harbour- and help get log trucks off State Highway 88 - is being considered, Port Otago says.
Dunedin city councillors will be among elected members eligible for a new childcare allowance from next month.
The discovery of leg-hold traps in Frasers Gully has prompted a warning from the Dunedin City Council.
The Dunedin City Council is refusing to say if it has evidence to substantiate allegations of verbally abusive behaviour levelled at Cr Lee Vandervis by Mayor Dave Cull.
The international company now running Dunedin's Green Island landfill had been trucking in rubbish from outside the city, but the Dunedin City Council says the practice has been stopped.
The waiting continues as Dunedin seeks a multimillion-dollar slice of the Provincial Growth Fund to help pay for the city's waterfront development plan.
A Building owner is calling on the Dunedin City Council to rethink its approach to parking changes before a street upgrade and laneway project in Bond St.
Dunedin's economic upsurge has been highlighted again, as new figures point to a 15% jump in house prices and $84million in non-residential building activity coming down the pipe.
The Government has budgeted another $100 million to settle outstanding claims of abuse in state care, as more than 1000 survivors continue their fight for justice.
A planner has reversed his opposition to a proposed new contracting and building yard at Evansdale, and now says the development should proceed.
The MoreFM Arena at Dunedin's Edgar Centre is to be closed this summer while earthquake-strengthening work is carried out, the Dunedin City Council has confirmed.
The MoreFM Arena at Dunedin's Edgar Centre is to be closed for summer while earthquake-strengthening work is carried out, the Dunedin City Council has confirmed.
The wrecking balls have not moved in yet, but they will, Port Otago says.