The head of the #MeTooNZ investigation wants a national inquiry to drag workplace sexual harassment into the sunlight.
The Dunedin City Council has tapped the private sector and recruited a key figure behind major infrastructure projects as it eyes the decade of work ahead of it.
The Bishops of Auckland and Dunedin and a senior member of the Catholic Diocese of Dunedin have added their names to an apology for comments implying parents bore some responsibility for stopping clerical sex abuse.
The planned Dunedin Centre of Digital Excellence is among projects already tagged for a slice of the Provincial Growth Fund, it emerged on Thursday.
The "terrible" family changing rooms at Dunedin’s Moana Pool are finally in line for a face-lift, the pool’s manager says.
Plans to build two new artificial sports fields on Logan Park are set to go, but the Dunedin City Council is also planning other improvements.
Days after Pope Francis wrote an open letter to all Catholics, condemning child abuse and its concealment within the Church, the Bishop of Dunedin has followed in his footsteps.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her coalition Government are refusing to say if they will listen to the Catholic Church's renewed call for an expanded Royal Commission into historic abuse.
The Bishop of Dunedin has apologised to the city and asked for forgiveness, after admitting the Catholic Church failed to protect children from paedophiles disguised as men of the cloth.
The Bishop of Dunedin is not yet ready to condemn a predecessor, but says the actions of a priest who aided a paedophile Christian Brother would ''definitely not'' be appropriate today.
Community concern is growing in Middlemarch over fears a new bridge will become a highway for mining trucks.
The refusal of the Catholic Church in New Zealand to reveal its secrets has been blasted by a survivors’ group, amid calls for a "full and frank" disclosure of paedophile priests under its watch.
The spotlight on sexual abuse within the Catholic Church is widening to include fresh allegations against the Christian Brothers in Dunedin.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says a $79,000 contribution towards the cost of hosting freedom campers in Dunedin is a welcome respite for the city's ratepayers.
The Catholic Church in New Zealand has been forced to apologise for comments implying parents bore some responsibility for stopping clerical sexual abuse.
Thousands of homes across Dunedin will be affected by new building rules designed to protect against the damaging effects of liquefaction during a major earthquake.
The Dunedin City Council has unveiled three design options for a new bridge across the Taieri River at Sutton, as the estimated cost climbs beyond $2 million.
A support group for male survivors of sexual abuse is ramping up its presence in Dunedin and Invercargill to cope as more survivors come forward.
A broken water main has forced two Dunedin schools to close early today.
The Dunedin City Council is pressing ahead with new 3000-Kelvin street lights for the city, despite concerns it might spell trouble for the city's ''dark sky'' ambitions.