The Government has budgeted another $100 million to settle outstanding claims of abuse in state care, as more than 1000 survivors continue their fight for justice.
A planner has reversed his opposition to a proposed new contracting and building yard at Evansdale, and now says the development should proceed.
The MoreFM Arena at Dunedin's Edgar Centre is to be closed this summer while earthquake-strengthening work is carried out, the Dunedin City Council has confirmed.
The MoreFM Arena at Dunedin's Edgar Centre is to be closed for summer while earthquake-strengthening work is carried out, the Dunedin City Council has confirmed.
The wrecking balls have not moved in yet, but they will, Port Otago says.
New ways to encourage inner-city living in Dunedin are under the microscope as mayoral candidates spar over the need for new ''downtown'' apartment blocks.
Dunedin mayoral candidate Jim O'Malley says his push to bring back commuter trains is no ''pipe dream''.
Two incumbent city councillors will go head-to-head - and more are expected to join them - in the race for Dunedin's mayoralty.
A former Dunedin man abused by two different offenders within the Catholic Church says a love of art has helped him heal.
Contractors are expected to begin nailing down the coffin on a piece of Port Chalmers history today.
Dunedin city councillor Jim O'Malley has confirmed he will run for the mayoralty and a council seat at local body elections in October.
Visitors to the Green Island landfill will soon be charged for their loads by weight - reducing the cost for many - after the Dunedin City Council voted to install a second weighbridge.
Dunedin city councillors say a $250,000-a-year fund to work with Ngai Tahu's Dunedin-based commercial consultancy arm, Aukaha, is long overdue.
Councillors say a small breach of the Dunedin City Council's self-imposed 5% rates limit reflects the need to invest in a growing city.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says he will give up the reins of power with no grudges and few frustrations.
Three councillors will sit on a new climate change steering group to be created by the Dunedin City Council.
The Dunedin man who described receiving a savage beating from a Sisters of Mercy nun will have his story put on record by the Royal Commission into historic abuse.
Patrick Healey still has nightmares about the treatment meted out by nuns when he was just a child in Port Chalmers.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says the time is right to hang up the robe and chains.
Only two Dunedin City councillors voted against a plan to spend $1 million to help the council plan for climate change.