An "ugly" fence blocking vehicle access to Curles Point, beside State Highway 88 near Roseneath, will be gone by the end of the month, the NZ Transport Agency has confirmed.
An ''ugly'' fence blocking vehicle access to a scenic West Harbour vantage point is coming out just days after it went in, the NZ Transport Agency has confirmed.
Two Dunedin girls who allegedly stole a smartphone got more than they bargained for when the owner traced the phone back to their front door.
The Dunedin City Council and the Waitaki District Council have joined forces to try to progress a 100km-plus, multimillion-dollar cycle trail linking Dunedin and Oamaru.
Two Dunedin girls who allegedly stole an iPhone got more than they bargained for when the owner traced the phone back to their front door yesterday.
Continued investment in alternative forms of transport could help turn around a decline in renewable energy use in Dunedin, a city councillor says.
The terminally ill Dunedin man who revealed a savage beating at the hands of a Sisters of Mercy nun has died.
The Dunedin City Council faces eye-watering costs in the years ahead, predicted to reach hundreds of millions of dollars, after accelerating its push to become a carbon neutral city.
Police are investigating after two more convenience stores were targeted in Dunedin over the weekend.
Dunedin is lagging behind the rest of New Zealand in its use of renewable energy, and the situation is getting worse, a study has found.
The Dunedin City Council says the Government should consider launching a contestable fund to help councils prepare for climate change.
Daisy Read and Beau Roberts, both of Auckland, browse the racks at the Vintage Roundup vintage clothing and craft market at Burns Hall in Dunedin on Saturday.
Dunedin city councillor Christine Garey is promising "a steady hand at the helm" if elected as the city's next mayor.
The long battle for a lower speed limit along Port Chalmers' main street is a step closer to being won.
The West Harbour Community Board chairman says he has been left frustrated by another lengthy wait for progress on the final stage of the State Highway 88 shared path to Port Chalmers.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis has been called out again, after using inaccurate figures and telling a member of the public who questioned him to "stop being a prat".
The Dunedin City Council's companies have delivered another shock, as new forecasts project a $33.8 million loss by Aurora Energy over the next two years.