There are no grounds for keeping secret the controversial draft business plan for Dunedin's historic courthouse, Dunedin barrister Anne Stevens says.
Dunedin residents will not be taking part in an online voting trial at next year's local body elections.
The man believed to be behind the theft of ''Little Sucker'' is behind bars after being caught in an allegedly stolen car in Balclutha last night.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says a platform for increasing education and business opportunities with China has been built and now is the time for Dunedin businesses and institutions to use it. Mr...
Dunedin's ''booming'' tourism demand has driven an inner-city hotel to nearly double its capacity, with 30 four-star hotel rooms to open next year.
Dunedin's mayor has made a plea for evidence that would explain the Government's ''preposterous'' $15 million cost estimate for strengthening the city's historic courthouse.
Dunedin's concern over its courthouse's uncertain future has resulted in thousands of protest ''postcards'' being sent to government ministers, with thousands more to follow.
Construction of a new sediment pond and waterway on Saddle Hill has raised concerns quarry operators are flouting a court order banning activity that affects the hill's ridgeline.
Community angst keeps growing over work on the South Dunedin cycle network, following a change to give way rules at a St Kilda intersection.
A speed hump, installed in error as part of the South Dunedin cycleway works, was removed yesterday after only two days.
A Mosgiel residents' group formed in reaction to Countdown's supermarket proposal are giving an enthusiastic thumbs-up to the store gaining its resource consent earlier this month.
Groynes are still well used around the world, but generally not for large-scale erosion projects, a senior coastal engineer says.
St Clair's erosion has been a problem for well over a hundred years. But by 1919 the solution seemed obvious - the wooden groynes now known as the St Clair piles were the answer. Almost a century later there's no sign of new groynes being built. Why not?
What do you get when you cross four clever students, 11 Cities of Literature and 10 retired parking machines?
A Chain Hills resident says her home's grass and bush surrounds had never seemed sinister before. They do now.
Mark it down as ''Day one'' - Dunedin's push to become one of the world's leading ''smart cities'' is under way.
An international movement aimed at unlocking cities' technology potential is coming to Dunedin in the wake of its expanding internet infrastructure.
It's not just what a new Countdown gives Mosgiel, it's what it leaves behind that has the town's business association humming.
Remedial work on South Dunedin's cycle network has reached the end of phase one and all unwanted infrastructure has been removed.
A Dunedin man was last night clambering to secure his home after strong winds tore away part of his roof.