It was hot, sunny and the music was pumping - and that was just the start.
The fate of a 90-year-old tree in Wakari hangs in the balance, as neighbours fight to save it despite concerns it poses a risk to public safety.
Foulden Maar may be turned into a public reserve, or returned to private ownership as a farm, but only after its protection is ensured, the Dunedin City Council says.
Two key figures in the fight to save Foulden Maar say they are thrilled by the Dunedin City Council's move to buy the site.
Construction of a new pedestrian and cycling bridge linking to Dunedin's waterfront is not expected to begin for more than a year, the Dunedin City Council says.
The Dunedin City Council has served notice of its intention to buy the Foulden Maar site near Middlemarch - and it may use the Public Works Act to force through a deal.
The Dunedin City Council is moving to buy the Foulden Maar site near Middlemarch, it has been confirmed.
A group of young sailors in Dunedin already have their eyes on a national teams championship, helped by a fleet of new dinghies.
Eager buyers and the merely curious are on hand for Dunedin's fourth Home & Living Show at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
Plans to build a cockleshell-shaped building at the heart of Dunedin's waterfront development plan appear to be on ice, at least for now, but the concept is not dead, the Dunedin City Council says.
Dunedin needs to hit the ground running now that funding for the city's waterfront development plan has been approved, the Dunedin City Council's chief executive says.
Otago Uni's contribution to the Dunedin waterfront development plan risks being undermined by "insane" cuts to the institution's marine science department, a key figure behind the project says.
Dunedin's waterfront development plan has been given a financial shot in the arm, despite a funding allocation of nearly $20 million falling short of what was sought.
A $10 million cash-injection designed to turn Dunedin into a digital hub for the New Zealand video gaming industry is expected to create hundreds of new jobs in the city.
Big questions hang over the future of Dunedin's waterfront development plan after confirmation it will receive $19.9 million from the Provincial Growth Fund.
Dunedin could be set to receive a multimillion-dollar cash injection from the Provincial Growth Fund, including to help pay for the city's waterfront development.