The 18th iD Dunedin Fashion Show sauntered down the cat walk this evening as the first of two shows began.
Dunedin's next cruise ship season is going to be a major step up on this record-setting one.
There were models galore bouncing in elegance down the catwalk at last night’s iD International Emerging Designer Awards.
From outfits that barely covered the essentials to others that bounced around their models, this year's emerging fashion designers confounded the medium, and sometimes the judges.
A ''typical Southern Italian man'' and his relationship with his gay son was the inspiration behind Italian designer Alessandro Trincone's work.
Budding fashion designers got plenty of feedback and advice as they fronted up to iD International Emerging Designer Awards judges in Dunedin.
A South Dunedin community group says the area is a victim of ''professional and political point-scoring'' over climate change.
iD Dunedin Fashion Week organisers have distanced themselves from an after-party function featuring former prime minister John Key's son, DJ Max Key.
The identity of the perpetrator who poisoned hundreds of roses in Dunedin's Northern Cemetery last year looks set to remain a mystery, after more poisoning occurred recently.
A Dunedin warehouse precinct building has attracted WorkSafe New Zealand as an anchor tenant.
Models have their last run-through at the Railway Station ahead of the official opening of iD Dunedin Fashion Week.
The Mosgiel Pool is set to go to the dogs next month, when the facility will have a canine swimming day.
Projections properties in South Dunedin and other low-lying areas will be uninsurable in five years are "highly, highly improbable", the Insurance Council of New Zealand says.
A Dunedin electronics firm showed off its latest GigCity-funded environmental initiative yesterday as city organisations gathered to help make Dunedin predator-free.
What started as a small slip by Morris Rd at Fairfield has developed into $750,000 worth of work and a major construction exercise.
Two University of Otago academics with expertise on climate change have questioned claims parts of South Dunedin could be uninhabitable in 17 years.
A Dunedin academic has warned parts of South Dunedin and the city could have just 17 years before sea-level rise makes them uninhabitable.
Pre-school children have pleaded with residents to stop breaking glass on the footpaths they use near childcare centres.
Dunedin Venues Management Ltd and New Zealand Cricket have dubbed the New Zealand-South Africa cricket test a success.
The blues, the musical variety at least, descended on Otago Peninsula and even crossed the harbour over the weekend as the second iteration of the Portobello Blues Festival expanded the event.