An online virtual shopping mall being developed in Dunedin and partially funded by $700,000 of ratepayers' money, has been sold and remains offline - but ratepayers are being told they can still expect a return on their investment.
Members of Dunedin's Cothram Foirfe choir continued a heartfelt memorial stretching back more than two years at St Paul's Cathedral yesterday.
The Maori Party will take its election campaign to the skies over Dunedin next month.
Winning the Otago Daily Times Aria contest came as more than a little shock for Wellington-based soprano Amelia Berry.
Strong winds caused havoc for travellers flying to and from Dunedin yesterday, along with motorists trying to negotiate a downed tree in the city centre.
Children have been playing in a creek containing human waste for up to 18 months after a plumbing error in an upmarket Dunedin subdivision.
East Taieri's contaminated creek has sparked a clash of views between the Otago Regional Council and the Dunedin City Council.
Dunedin plumbers are defending the city council's building inspectors after piping problems contaminated an East Taieri creek.
A retired couple inadvertently became the first members of the public to view a model of the planned Awatea St stadium in Dunedin yesterday.
Water sample results taken from an East Taieri creek fouled by human waste are expected next week, the Otago Regional Council says.
Telecom's new high-speed broadband network is spreading across Dunedin, even as the company's competitors consider moves into southern markets.
Plans for a controversial "glass clip-on" atrium in Harrop St - part of Dunedin's planned multimillion-dollar town hall redevelopment - could be deferred if city councillors support a new version of the $45.4 million project.
Cat-lovers are being encouraged to vaccinate their pets following a spike in cases of "feline Aids" in Dunedin.
Councillors have voted to defer the controversial Harrop St "glass clip-on" atrium planned as part of Dunedin's multimillion-dollar town hall redevelopment.
The Otago Regional Council is not ruling out a prosecution over the contamination of a popular creek in an East Taieri subdivision, despite water samples finding no trace of human sewage.
A war of words has broken out over the Dunedin City Council's plan for a new multimillion-dollar fibre broadband network to be owned by the community.
The Dunedin City Council is vowing to press ahead with an ambitious community-owned fibre broadband network, regardless of government support, and is backed by irate city businesses.
A group of Dunedin computer game developers are set to step from the cover of their urban warehouse and into the global spotlight.
Dogs let off leashes and threatening Dunedin's yellow-eyed penguins should be shot on sight, a councillor says.
Persistent noise complaints levelled against one of Dunedin's oldest - and most controversial - student pubs have led to new trading hours being enforced.