Dunedin city councillor David Benson-Pope is calling for government intervention in the insurance industry to tackle "market failure" he says is a threat to heritage buildings across the country.
Members of the Maritime Union of New Zealand are "deeply concerned" Port Otago is considering the demolition of their Port Chalmers headquarters.
The Hoopers Inlet boat shed loved by photographers around the world is set to return to Otago Peninsula.
A group of Thai students in Dunedin had a special reason to smile yesterday, as they celebrated the international rescue that saved 12 boys and their football coach from deep inside a flooded cave.
An Aramoana man is vowing to continue his boat-building, despite a government department declaring his ark-like structure a house.
Police and fire investigators are working to establish the cause of a house fire in Gore on Friday night that left a man with serious injuries.
It is elegantly open-plan, full of natural light and boasts city and harbour views to die for.
Children building kites also got a chance to learn about Maori culture over the weekend.
Dunedin City Council staff are crossing their fingers and hoping to avoid a repeat of last year’s flooding, as the clean-up operation sits poised to enter its second year.
Police and fire investigators are working to establish the cause of a house fire in Gore that left a man with serious injuries.
A subsidy expected to cover most of the cost of Dunedin’s $12 million street-light upgrade has been extended by the NZ Transport Agency.
The Dunedin City Council is set to appoint a project manager to push ahead with a long-awaited library and community hub in South Dunedin.
The Dunedin City Council has apologised to Fisher & Paykel for an "incorrect assumption" after suggesting the company owed ratepayers $75,000.
A former regional councillor says the Otago Regional Council must shoulder some blame for the collapse of the historic Sutton Bridge.
The Dunedin City Council is dusting off a long-awaited - and potentially expensive - plan to reinstate the remains of a historic manuka causeway in the Wall Street mall.
A temporary replacement has been called in after the director of Dunedin's award-winning Toitu Otago Settlers Museum opted for extended leave.
Fisher and Paykel Appliances has moved 13 call centre staff out of Dunedin's Wall Street mall, but says it remains committed to the city and the future looks bright.
The Dunedin City Council has thrown its support behind an alternative plan to build a modern bridge across the Taieri River at Sutton.
A city councillor says rising costs and other continuing problems within the Dunedin City Council's beleaguered property department should have been sorted out sooner.
The Dunedin City Council is preparing the Wall Street mall for a possible sale, but is not yet ready to put it under the hammer.