A humble but award-winning driftwood fence at Karitane could provide a low-cost solution to coastal erosion at Dunedin’s Ocean Beach.
Dunedin's housing ‘‘crisis’’ will get worse before it gets better, Mayor Aaron Hawkins says.
The drilling rig COSL Prospector is in position off the Otago coast, and recent wild weather will not get in the way of its operation in southern waters, oil giant OMV says.
A neighbour living next to the former Glamis Hospital in Dunedin says residents remain in "limbo" despite the brief return of the derelict building’s owner from Malaysia.
A Dunedin city councillor benefiting financially from millions of dollars worth of Dunedin City Council contracts says he is following the rules and delivering savings to ratepayers.
The Dunedin City Council is reminding people with rainwater collection tanks to be wary of contamination, following suggestions some may have been infiltrated by ash from Australia’s bushfires.
Brightly coloured pedestrian crossings being added outside Otago Boys’ High School risk turning the heritage area into "Disneyland", a heritage advocate says.
Global oil giant OMV says it could expand its activities off the Otago coast, as a drilling rig and a fleet of support vessels move into southern waters.
International oil giant OMV is turning its sights on southern waters after being given approval to drill in the Great South Basin. But travelling south with its drill rig will be big questions...
Dunedin stands to benefit more than most other New Zealand centres if a recommended major shake-up of local authority financing gains traction in Wellington, Mayor Aaron Hawkins says.
A group fighting to save the former Sims Engineering building in Port Chalmers says the Dunedin City Council is too focused on demolishing the old foundry.
AgResearch has finally confirmed its key science staff will not be moving from Invermay, cementing the position of the research campus in Dunedin.
The man driving the success of Forsyth Barr Stadium says he is ‘‘up for the fight’’ if Christchurch tries to muscle in on Dunedin’s economic windfall from major events.
Protesters are vowing direct action in southern waters after oil giant OMV was yesterday cleared to drill up to 10 exploration wells off the Otago coast beginning this summer. POLL 📊
A single appeal which has stalled the development of hundreds of new homes across Dunedin has been resolved, the Dunedin City Council says.
Public access to the banks of part of Lindsay Creek in north Dunedin could be lost if a housing development goes ahead without a reserve being created, Dunedin City Council staff are cautioning.
Heritage campaigners fighting to save the Sims Engineering building in Port Chalmers are up against a consultant’s report which sees its future only as a car park.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis is remaining tight-lipped over a possible judicial review of the decision to censure him, despite telling colleagues he has "good grounds" to pursue one.
Asset sales will be back on the table when the Dunedin City Council considers how to pay for future projects not yet in its budget, councillors have been told.
The Dunedin City Council is ‘‘locked in’’ to lifting its group debt to almost $1billion, councillors have heard.