Reinstating the historic timeball that once operated at Port Chalmers is expected to cost about $60,000, the society pushing the project says.
Alarm bells were ringing across the South last night as part of a nationwide test of the Civil Defence mobile alert system.
More than 700 lower-temperature lights will be used in sensitive areas of Dunedin as part of the city's street light upgrade, the Dunedin City Council says.
Queenstown Mayor Jim Boult says he is serious about pushing the Dunedin City Council to help fund the regeneration of Aurora's lines network.
Traffic and parking frustrations are growing in Dunedin, but so, too, is the city's sense of prosperity, the results of the latest Residents' Opinion Survey show.
One of New Zealand's largest hotel players says Dunedin is making a mistake by again trying to encourage a luxury hotel development in the city.
More than 70 changes to Dunedin's new district plan - which sets the rules for the city's development - are to be put out for public consultation.
The cost of doing business is climbing inside the Dunedin City Council's companies, as new figures highlight the sums paid to secure top executive talent.
A new fishing jetty at Port Chalmers is expected to be up and running by the end of next week, Port Otago says.
A mother whose son was hit by a car on a George St pedestrian crossing is renewing her call for safety improvements in the area.
A temporary liquor ban around Forsyth Barr Stadium will be able to be reactivated whenever it is deemed necessary, Dunedin city councillors have decided.
It is not too late for the Dunedin City Council to revisit its decision on new LED street lights for the city, a campaigner says.
The bid to find a developer to build a luxury hotel in Dunedin is generating encouraging early signs of interest, the Dunedin City Council says.
A suite of improvements being rolled out on Otago Harbour should help keep boat users a bit safer this summer, Otago Regional Council harbourmaster Steve Rushbrook has said.
An online threat which forced the evacuation of Otago Boys' High School in Dunedin failed to derail the start of NCEA exams for the school's pupils or thousands of others across the South yesterday.
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.