Dunedin's ''Where the Wild Things Are'' marketing campaign is delivering results, but a bigger budget would help capitalise on the city's success, it has been suggested.
Dunedin's newest freedom camping site is already proving a hit with visitors.
The announcement this week of an expanded Royal Commission into the abuse of children is a bittersweet milestone.
The return of a "city engineer" role will help the Dunedin City Council tackle a backlog of work across the city, it has been suggested.
A sex abuse survivor who helped push for a royal commission in Australia says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has ''mocked'' the victims of abuse in faith-based institutions in NZ.
The Catholic bishop of Dunedin says he may not wait for a royal commission before lifting the lid on the sexual abuse of children by men of the cloth within the diocese.
The Roman Catholic Bishop of Dunedin says an expanded royal commission into the abuse of children may not go far enough.
A Dunedin survivor is welcoming the news faith-based institutions will be included in an expanded Royal Commission of Inquiry into historic abuse.
Dunedin's waterfront development seems set to accelerate as key players reaffirm their commitment to the "transformational" project.
New houses will either be banned or made more difficult to build in the most flood-prone parts of Dunedin under changes in the DCC's second-generation district plan.
The DCC says it will cover the cost of seismic strengthening work at the Edgar Centre before deciding whether to pursue compensation through the courts.
Heritage advocates and building owners say the Dunedin City Council's new second generation district plan (2GP) is a big step in the right direction.
A property developer says plans for new housing in Dunedin are already ''broken'' as the city's population surges.
A major obstacle standing in the way of waterfront development in Dunedin has been sidestepped with the release of the second generation district plan (2GP).
The reuse of Dunedin heritage buildings will be encouraged, but homeowners living in residential heritage precincts will face tougher restrictions, under new rules unveiled today.
Natural landscapes will receive better protection, but the Saddle Hill quarry seems set to stay, under Dunedin's second generation district plan.
The conversion of Dunedin's warehouse precinct into a place to ''live, work and play'' should be easier following a significant change in zoning rules, the Dunedin City Council says.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull was among dignitaries from around the world watching as Chinese President Xi Jinping opened a major international expo in Shanghai yesterday.
A government plan for a new national infrastructure agency could help Dunedin tackle a $80 million backlog in water infrastructure investment and prepare for climate change.
A Wellington priest has backed down and agreed to allow ribbons from the survivors of sexual abuse to adorn a church in the capital.