The North Otago drought has worsened, with ''severely'' dry soil levels and little chance of rain meaning large numbers of stock may need to be removed by Christmas.
Dunedin has received a significant boost in its ''smart city'' push.
Another collection of old Dunedin buildings is to get a council cash injection as the city continues its renaissance.
A pedestrian mall looks all but certain for the one-way section of Dunedin's Jetty St.
Almost every property in metropolitan Dunedin will have access to gigabit broadband within two years, Chorus confirmed yesterday.
New Zealand's new $5 and $10 banknotes have bamboozled Dunedin's parking ticket machines, which have been classifying the new notes as forgeries.
A sweeping set of rules for what can and cannot be carried on Dunedin buses will come into force at the end of this week.
Dunedin Airport has joined a string of the city's big energy users in a scheme to lower energy costs through collaboration and co-operation.
There is no more tea but still some sympathy for one of Dunedin's most recognisable industrial buildings.
As Dunedin's Ben Smith was lighting up Twickenham by setting up the All Blacks' final breakout try, Dunedin students and others were lighting up Castle St with a blaze of broken couches.
Anxious chatter, to half time confidence, to second half silence before full time ecstasy - a crowd of about 200 at the Octagon's Terrace Bar enacted all the emotions of an epic thriller watching the 2015 Rugby World Cup final yesterday morning.
The 1600-page second generation district plan (2GP) is a heavy document whichever way you look at it, but its spring arrival has made it particularly cumbersome for Dunedin's farmers, a rural landowner says.
If you can help gangsters get work, you can help people with disabilities get work.
Dunedin's GigCity ship finally has a captain.
The consent process for Mosgiel's new Countdown is not done yet, with an appeal over ''a few'' consenting issues being lodged by the supermarket giant.
Existing properties falling within the 2GP's new hazard zones could face a drop in values, a Dunedin real estate expert says.
A streamlined, higher-quality South Dunedin Cycle Network is on its way after Dunedin City councillors voted yesterday to endorse the plan.
Building Dunedin's cycleways could cost ''three to four times'' more per metre than first thought.
A scheme to power up Dunedin community groups is being investigated by council staff and could lead to a swathe of new ones across the city.
The removal of St Clair's bungled cycleway infrastructure has begun, and is expected to be complete within a week.