Port Chalmers' seafood festival is almost here and will be bigger, better and more varied, organisers say.
Police were called to the Dunedin District Court yesterday after a teenager admitted carrying a BB gun into the building.
Kiwi Regional Airline has pulled some its planned Dunedin engineering jobs, blaming the city council's Enterprise Dunedin for not providing a $12,000 grant.
In one of those moments when technology moves from the present to the future, the 2017 America's Cup is expected to include a virtual reality viewing option developed in Dunedin.
A decision is expected within a week on whether a new Countdown supermarket planned for Mosgiel's main street will gain council consent.
A revolution in how Dunedin is lit at night could save money, grow tourism, create a new export industry and give the city's residents better views of the southern stars.
It turns out New Zealand isn't the world's greatest gumboot-throwing powerhouse.
Public support for Dunedin's mothballed historic courthouse is growing, with an online petition climbing to more than 1000 signatures in a little more than a week.
Work, sculptures, hand-made masks and galleries filled with children's paintings were put on display last night at the Otago Art Society's Youth Art Awards.
Several Dunedin walking tracks damaged during June's floods are still closed and some may need re-routing as the weather event's downstream effects continue to be felt.
The biggest investment in the Dunedin Botanic Garden's history can simulate arid deserts, tropical forests and sub-antarctic islands on the slopes of Signal Hill.
Tourists could end up going to jail to eat, explore, and perhaps even sleep, once planned construction work on Dunedin's historic prison is completed.
All Blacks Ben Smith, Kieran Read and Ben Franks visited Dunedin today as part of a special trip which saw 10 winners nationally get the chance to host players in their town.
Dunedin bar The Break will close tomorrow following a litany of issues including Mongrel Mob connections, high staff turnover and a continuing inability to stick to licensing rules.
Nationally-funded separated cycle lanes along Dunedin's one way system are now two steps closer as the project moves swiftly through the New Zealand Transport Agency machine.
Large swathes of the Taieri are set to lose community board representation after the Dunedin City Council voted in several changes to the city's democratic make-up last week.
Most of the rugby world would love to knock over the All Blacks. And a group of South Dunedin rest home residents know how to do it.
The Vogel Street Party is set to grow from a fledgling gathering of like-minded souls to an international flavoured festival.
People from around the world will soon have access to more than 100,000 of Toitu Otago Settlers Museum's hidden treasures as the collection heads online.
A discussion on the future of Dunedin's historic courthouse has begun between the Minister of Justice and the Dunedin City Council.