Brian Benn was alone on a cold, dark night when the Abbotsford landslip began.
Suzanne Emslie would still like to meet the firefighters who saved her on the night of the Abbotsford landslip.
New rules for Lime scooters in Dunedin are set to come another step closer when Dunedin city councillors meet tomorrow.
The release of a damning report into the management of colorectal cancer by the Southern District Health Board will prompt change, the organisation insists.
A group of West Harbour dog lovers have their tails up, hoping to encourage the Dunedin City Council to help build a new dog park in the area.
The Southern DHB says it is making improvements after a report identified concerns about the delayed diagnosis of bowel cancer.
The Dunedin City Council is now exploring "alternative options" for motorists when the St Andrew St car park closes for two months.
The Dunedin City Council is backing its public consultation efforts regarding the new Mosgiel pool site, despite the news coming as a "sad shock" to some nearby residents.
A Dunedin golf club says it could be forced to close if it is not allowed to subdivide part of its property and sell it as a lifestyle block.
The number of former pupils alleging historic sexual or physical abuse at Campbell Park school in North Otago is continuing to climb, more than three decades after the troubled institution closed its doors.
The temporary loss of an all-day car park with space for about 300 vehicles will cause disruption, but there are no plans to make alternative arrangements, the DCC says.
Baldwin St residents hoping for some peace and quiet might be disappointed, despite the popular Dunedin attraction being stripped of its title as the World's Steepest Street.
Fresh concerns have emerged about Dunedin's move to LED street lights, as a $15 million project to introduce the new lights across the city takes another step forward.
Reaction has been mixed to the news that Dunedin's Baldwin St has lost its title as the world's steepest street, one resident greeting the news with a "Hallelujah".
Dunedin's Baldwin St is no longer the world's steepest street, but being second in the world is still a pretty good achievement - just ask the Black Caps.
The Dunedin City Council has stopped taking bookings for leased car parks across the city as motorists scramble to find a guaranteed space to stop.