His Majesty's Theatre should be reborn, saving a nationally-important heritage building and giving Dunedin a much needed medium-size live theatre venue, experts say.
A portion of Jetty St should be closed to traffic and be redeveloped into a pedestrian mall, a city council hearings committee has recommended.
A property boom is resonating around Dunedin after several record months in the city's residential real estate market.
The forces behind Dunedin's sudden housing boom show no signs of abating, three of the city's real estate experts believe.
Dunedin's historic courthouse will be saved, strengthened, restored and have all its court service returned to it.
Could this be the last Christmas Dunedin has traffic chugging around the lower Octagon and Lower Stuart St?
‘‘Sammy's'' building, the former His Majesty's Theatre, is of national importance and deserves significant legal protection, a Dunedin historian believes.
About 40 members of Dunedin's Coptic Christian community celebrated their Christmas Eve Mass last night with hymns, prayers and communion.
How does a stay-at-home mum keep fit, earn a living, supervise three young children and justify buying a three-wheeled rickshaw on a whim?
BIG ambitions have met with sellout success at Otago Museum's Perpetual Guardian Planetarium over its first month. The $1million planetarium and adjacent Beautiful Science Gallery opened on December 5 and had been packed with happy punters since, museum director Dr Ian Griffin said yesterday. Almost every show since the planetarium's opening had sold out.
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Dunedin as a summer paradise?
As cruise ships go it is not a whopper, but Coral Discoverer still delivered 72 passengers to Dunedin yesterday.
After an event packed with sun, streams, bush, a waterhole, waterslide, lots of tents and constant music, the 40th Whare Flat Folk Festival will wind up today.
A new era for an old treasure - the restoration of the Empire Hotel, birthplace of the Dunedin Sound - is under way.
Don't let today's cloudy skies fool you - tomorrow will be fine, dry and warm across Otago.
St Clair surfers sick of injured limbs and damaged boards have demanded improvements to the beach's perilous access.
The Gresham Hotel's distinctive multicoloured flaked paint exterior is about to disappear as the historic Dunedin building's overhaul gathers pace. Craig Borley reports.
Santa's mail room is in the middle if its busiest time of year, with millions of letters flooding in from children around the world. And more than 65,000 of those letters have come from New Zealand - including a fair smattering from the South.
Mediation on Mosgiel's proposed new Countdown supermarket will begin today.