A fresh call to change the name of Kavanagh College is to be considered by the school's board of trustees, as pressure mounts over the role played by Dunedin's former Catholic bishop.
Emails from former minister Clare Curran's personal Gmail account have failed to materialise at Parliament's Question Time, but Labour says they will still be made public.
A Catholic college in Christchurch is refusing to respond to calls for its rector to resign over his handling of a teacher's historic sexual offences.
Dunedin is showing the rest of New Zealand how to protect old buildings, a key figure behind the city's heritage revival says.
Aurora Energy insists the review of its electricity network is independent, despite the man once in charge of its power pole maintenance programme now working for the company carrying out the review.
The whistleblower who first raised concerns about the failure of Aurora Energy to maintain its network says people across Otago will pay the price.
Aurora Energy could face a maximum fine of $5m after the Commerce Commission announced it was taking the DCC-owned company to court for failing to maintain its network.
A Dunedin business owner left out of pocket by cycleway construction work says he is disappointed the Dunedin City Council has ruled out compensation.
It started with one bad apple - a paedophile priest from Dunedin who abused four boys and was jailed for his crimes. But the story of Fr Magnus Murray’s crimes has opened the floodgates, Chris Morris reports.
Peter Boock's abuser did not wear a white collar, but he was allowed to continue teaching at a Catholic school even after his past offending was revealed.
A Catholic school in Dunedin has been accused of a historic cover-up, after a teacher who sexually abused pupils for more than a decade took his own life when finally confronted, victims say.
Police hunting for a thief with a taste for expensive mountain bikes have made an arrest and recovered a $9000 bike.
A vote to reimpose Easter Sunday retail restrictions in Dunedin has been welcomed by a union and criticised as "completely hypocritical" by a national retail association.
The DCC's hearings committee has backed the reinstatement of Easter Sunday trading restrictions for retailers, after unions claimed workers were being pressured to work by ''big box retailers''.
The head of the #MeTooNZ investigation wants a national inquiry to drag workplace sexual harassment into the sunlight.
The Dunedin City Council has tapped the private sector and recruited a key figure behind major infrastructure projects as it eyes the decade of work ahead of it.
The Bishops of Auckland and Dunedin and a senior member of the Catholic Diocese of Dunedin have added their names to an apology for comments implying parents bore some responsibility for stopping clerical sex abuse.
The planned Dunedin Centre of Digital Excellence is among projects already tagged for a slice of the Provincial Growth Fund, it emerged on Thursday.
The "terrible" family changing rooms at Dunedin’s Moana Pool are finally in line for a face-lift, the pool’s manager says.
Plans to build two new artificial sports fields on Logan Park are set to go, but the Dunedin City Council is also planning other improvements.