Revised plans for Dunedin’s waterfront, which aim to reduce costs, have been fleshed out in technical documents released by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
A KiwiRail employee watches as a Downer staff member checks a survey mark for the extension of the State Highway88 shared path between St Leonards and Port Chalmers, in Dunedin.
The daily trudge back to the car to position a parking receipt on the dashboard could soon be a thing of the past in Dunedin.
The heart of Dunedin is about to undergo a dramatic — but temporary — transformation into a more pedestrian-friendly space, ahead of the influx of thousands of music-lovers and sports fans to the Octagon.
Dunedin is gearing up to shut down the heart of the city to vehicles as a series of major events loom.
Reflecting on 70 years of service brings up mixed emotions for Dunedin’s last remaining Christian Brother.
Establishing a new waterfront development agency in Dunedin could cost up to $3 million a year, recently released documents show.
The development of Dunedin’s waterfront could create hundreds of new jobs and boost tourist spending by $38 million a year, economic assessments have found.
International oil giant OMV’s use of private investigators to pursue climate activists in Dunedin is "quite unnerving", one of those being targeted says.
Bright colours and big humps are proliferating on Dunedin’s streets, as new traffic-calming measures are rolled out across the city.
Fulton Hogan appears to be in line to secure a major Dunedin City Council contract, potentially worth more than $100million, while rival Downer seeks new roles for up to 30 affected staff after...
A Dunedin grandmother issued a trespass notice by oil giant OMV says she has no plans to give up her fight.
Work to plug sinkholes appearing above old coal mine workings in a Fairfield reserve is expected to begin within weeks, the Dunedin City Council says.
A large commuter car park will have less space for vehicles when a long-delayed upgrade is finally carried out later this year, the Dunedin City Council says.
Solutions to rubbish problems in North Dunedin are on the table after large items of furniture were dumped on footpaths in recent weeks, the University of Otago and Dunedin City Council say.
Thousands of properties across Dunedin are now covered by new zones of cultural significance to local Maori.
By land, air or sea, groups of willing volunteers are on stand-by in the South - ready to lend a helping hand to those most in need. In the first of a series, reporter Chris Morris talks to...
Ratepayers are picking up the bill as the Dunedin City Council puts on extra services to remove large items of furniture discarded on some North Dunedin streets.