The cone of silence has descended again on the Catholic Church's investigation into the handling of sexual abuse allegations by a former Dunedin bishop.
The Dunedin City Council says a $400,000 investment in Project China in recent years is dwarfed by the economic benefits flowing back to the city.
An incident in which a Fulton Hogan roller crashed off Portobello Rd and into Otago Harbour has prompted a wider investigation of the company's performance, the Dunedin City Council says.
Fulton Hogan says the safety of staff is its top priority as it vows to learn from its mistakes following last week's roller crash.
The director of Dunedin's art gallery has taken two more institutions under his wing, and says he is looking forward to building on their strengths.
Fulton Hogan has stopped all work at its Otago Peninsula work site for the next two days after senior managers visited and found more safety violations.
More incidents of ''concern'' involving Fulton Hogan staff have been reported at the Peninsula Connection work site, but the DCC remains confident its contractor is taking the right steps.
A popular children's author has been asked not to speak at a retreat for Catholic school principals in Central Otago, after defending a disgraced bishop's sexual relationship with a young woman.
A $25 million contract to complete the State Highway 88 shared path to Port Chalmers has been awarded and work is expected to start before Christmas, it has been confirmed.
Completion of the shared path to Port Chalmers will help create ‘‘one of the world’s great cycle and walkways’’ in Dunedin, one of the project’s main backers claims. Chris Morris reports.
An abuse inquiry will have the power to call in police, but some offenders and institutions implicated in past offending within the Catholic Diocese of Dunedin seem set to slip through the cracks.
Dunedin City Council staff are breathing slightly easier - at least for now - as sand returns to an area of Ocean Beach under attack from coastal erosion.
The public backs a more "ambitious" push to make Dunedin pedestrian-friendly but the hurdle of poor public transport needs to be tackled as well, Mayor-elect Aaron Hawkins says.
Kavanagh College has stripped its own name from its school uniform for next year, as concerns about the link to a dark chapter in Dunedin's history continue to swirl.
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.
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.