An army of the Eagles' travelling fans helped swell numbers at the Great USA Day car show in South Dunedin at the weekend.
A giant polar bear lurking in a Dunedin lounge now has a new hunting ground.
Dunedin was buzzing after the Eagles delivered the latest massive concert in the city on Saturday night.
A man who helped a woman from her burning car on Dunedin's Northern Motorway says he was just doing what he "was supposed to do".
Work to build a replacement bridge near Sutton is "going well'' and on track for completion in the middle of the year, the Dunedin City Council says.
A Dunedin MP is calling on AgResearch to finally abandon plans to shift top scientists from Invermay.
The Catholic Bishop of Dunedin says a Vatican conference on sexual abuse is just ''the beginning'', despite the lack of concrete action.
A former Dunedin man who performed a haka to challenge the Vatican's handling of child sexual abuse says the Pope's response to the issue has been ''a catastrophic failure of empathy and respect''.
A $2 million project to fix Dunedin's Edgar Centre is about to start.
The new head of the Dunedin City Council's group of companies says the entities are in good heart and Aurora is not for sale.
Keith Cooper has been named as the new chairman of DCHL, replacing the late Graham Crombie.
A developer's request to have $66,000 in development contributions waived by the Dunedin City Council will be considered by a hearings panel later this year.
The Dunedin City Council should consider a partial switch to the Local Government Funding Agency, because it could be millions of dollars better off if it did, an independent review has suggested.
Several Dunedin city councillors launched into a standing ovation yesterday as their organisation received a glowing report card.
A former United States Air Force officer and whistleblower is threatening legal action against Dunedin Airport, after claiming he was subjected to "derogatory" comments during a job interview.
The Dunedin City Council has been asked to waive more than $60,000 in development contributions following the addition of a new high-end hotel in the city.
The family of University of Otago Emeritus Prof Tom Brooking is praising the CPR skills of a friend after the academic suffered a serious cardiac event.
The DCC says Lime is "doing the right thing'' by pulling its e-scooters from Dunedin streets over brake safety concerns.
A Dunedin survivor of sexual abuse within the Catholic Church has been turned away from the gates to the Vatican by its Swiss Guard.
Dunedin is to follow in Auckland's footsteps and withdraw Lime e-scooters with immediate effect.