Dunedin city councillors have backed planned changes to speed limits around some schools.
A Central Otago priest has broken his silence by criticising the Catholic Church’s handling of historic sexual abuse allegations.
Dunedin Airport turned blue and gold as the Ranfurly Shield was welcomed home with a chorus of cheering and applause.
The head of the University of Otago’s theological college says the response of the Catholic Church and the Bishop of Dunedin to historic sexual abuse is "a failure of the church’s moral leadership".
A family of birds nesting in a Dunedin traffic light will not be forced to fly the coop.
A puddle is threatening to turn into a quagmire for a Dunedin property owner, who remains locked in a dispute with the Dunedin City Council over a leaking water toby.
Speed limits could be in for a shake-up on some Dunedin streets in a push to improve safety around schools.
Former pupils at Dunedin's Kavanagh College are joining calls for the Catholic school's name to be changed in the wake of recent revelations about historic sexual abuse within the Dunedin diocese.
As kauri dieback threatens the future of the giants of North Island forests, the colder climate of Dunedin could provide a lifeboat for the species.
There are no immediate plans for the Catholic Diocese of Dunedin to follow in Wellington’s footsteps by asking priests to fast to atone for historic sexual abuse by clergy.
New figures showing Dunedin lags behind other centres in tourist spending is a cause for concern, the Otago Chamber of Commerce says.
Repairs to a prominent Dunedin heritage building damaged by an out-of-control truck have been stalled for months by insurance delays.
The Eagles will be winging their way to Dunedin next year for a concert which promoters say will be the biggest of their Australasian tour.
Aurora Energy profits have been slashed, and debt is climbing, as the company ramps up spending to fix its ageing network.
The company running Forsyth Barr Stadium has delivered its third consecutive profit, and the man in charge hopes the days of losses are behind it.
Transport Minister Phil Twyford has blasted the previous National-led Government's neglect of regional roads, saying it has cost lives.
A former Catholic school teacher who admitted the historic abuse of then-Dunedin boy Peter Boock is now the subject of a police complaint from two sources.
The Dunedin Ice Stadium could be forced to close to fix - of all things - a block of ice forming underneath its ice rinks.
1960s supergroup The Hollies are coming back to Dunedin in February.
The bong incident involving the University of Otago's proctor was ''unlawful'' and part of a worrying trend by the institution to extend its reach beyond the campus, a law expert says.