Dunedin could lose another 250 car parks in the city centre to the new Dunedin Hospital.
A motorcyclist has been injured after a crash in the Dunedin suburb of Musselburgh today.
A short police chase was called off in Halfway Bush last night.
Work and Income New Zealand has promised its central Dunedin office will stay in the city centre, despite being forced to make way for the new hospital.
The man who began, and has led, Arts Festival Dunedin for most of the past 20 years has decided to step aside from the role.
Work on the cycleway-walkway from St Leonards to Port Chalmers is expected to begin mid-next year, despite problems attracting tenders in a busy Dunedin contracting market.
The Government has fast-tracked part of the new Dunedin Hospital build, as details of the $1.4 billion project emerge.
Construction of the new Dunedin Hospital in two stages may mean New Zealand contractors could build the facility.
The Government has fast-tracked part of the new Dunedin Hospital build, but it appears the overall build time will be extended.
Being in your 90s is no barrier to taking up or continuing art.
Significant new investment in cycleways means the Dunedin City Council could build a track from Green Island to Mosgiel, and link the city and St Clair.
The leader of a waiata group that pops up all over the city at events and openings has won an award for her work.
The process of buying land for the new Dunedin Hospital has stepped up, as owners receive formal notification their land is needed.
An operator of a South Dunedin satay restaurant fined $11,500 says the decision to fine him was fair and is getting someone to manage his books so he does not land in hot water again.
The operators of a South Dunedin satay restaurant have been fined $11,500.
What is Inch Clutha and why does it have such an odd name? David Loughrey travelled south to find out.
Columba College has a new principal. The Board of Governors and Board of Trustees today announced the appointment of Pauline Duthie.
A host of familiar names — and familiar voices — farewelled broadcaster and former city councillor Neil Collins yesterday.
The Wellington-based project director of the $1.4 billion Dunedin Hospital build has moved into his new job after five years working on the Christchurch rebuild.
A host of familiar names - and familiar voices - farewelled broadcaster and city councillor Neil Collins today.