Mediation on Mosgiel's proposed new Countdown supermarket could begin before Christmas and be completed early next year.
There's a boom in the air. Whether it's on the horizon or already here is a matter of debate, but Dunedin is showing all the signs of a tech industry explosion. Start-ups are appearing constantly,...
City councillor Hilary Calvert made an ''extraordinary'' attempt to gather a list of motorists affected by the proposed Jetty St pedestrian mall, despite sitting on the hearings committee deliberating on the proposal.
Demolition could be an option for Sammy's, one of Dunedin's most loved live music venues and one of the warehouse precinct's largest buildings.
Swapping can be better than shopping for Christmas toys, dozens of Dunedin families discovered on Saturday.
A rebirth is under way for one of Vogel St's most prominent buildings.
It's hard to think of a sporting event that could impress the senses quite as thoroughly as Saturday's Otago dancing championships.
The crusade against the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement is not over, more than 100 Dunedin protesters were told on Saturday.
Thousands of fundraising dollars and some well-exercised bodies were the result of Dunedin's take on the Worldwide Aquathon, on Saturday.
''Cycle for your snacks'' was the message for Dunedin shoppers yesterday as public health experts hit the city's central shopping area to educate people about diabetes.
Business continue to benefit from Dunedin's Gigatown win, with $60,000 in start-up grants presented to three tech-savvy firms on Friday.
A Dunedin diabetes educator has been voted the world's best by a United Kingdom-based diabetes support and education group.
Big is not always best when you are a fire engine, and the newest truck in town's smaller size will be one of its biggest assets.
Consents have been granted, funding looks likely, and Dunedin's historic prison could be just months away from beginning its long-planned transformation into a tourism drawcard.
A high-speed car chase through Dunedin suburbs Brockville, Halfway Bush and Kaikorai Valley ended when the vehicle ran over police road spikes in Kaikorai Valley Rd yesterday.
Some questions just invite curiosity. Such as ''how old is water?'' or ''how does moving air keep a beach ball floating?''.
Kavanagh College pupils joined thousands of secondary pupils across the country yesterday as they entered the pressure cooker end-of-year exams period.
Macandrew Bay is an area with a history of slips - something that is recognised in the 2GP. Chunks of the Otago Peninsula suburb have been zoned ''hazard 1'' and ''hazard 2'' because of the area's instability' issues.
The controversial $15 million business case detailing strengthening plans for Dunedin's historic courthouse will go before Cabinet before the end of the year.
Thousands of ''postcards'' emblazoned with a plea to save Dunedin's historic courthouse will soon be winging their way to Parliament.