Two climbers who died after falling from Marian Peak in Fiordland have been named as Conor Smith and Sarwan Chand, both members of the New Zealand Alpine Team.
Dunedin author and advocate for the sight-impaired, Lynley Hood, says a petition to allow children and others to ride bicycles on footpaths is bad news for the most vulnerable road users: pedestrians.
Two Otago-based climbers are dead after falling while climbing one of New Zealand's most difficult mountain faces.
The bodies of two Otago-based climbers have been recovered from the Darran Mountains in Fiordland.
Traces from 1868 came to light in the basement of the Athenaeum building in the Octagon yesterday, as the owner tried to find the cause of subsidence in the building he is redeveloping.
The man preparing servicemen and women for tomorrow's Anzac service in Dunedin says Anzac Day is important for the armed services and for the public.
The third Town Belt Traverse yesterday was the biggest so far and about 900 people walked the route from the Southern Cemetery to Woodhaugh Gardens.
A fire in a skip in Musselburgh early on Saturday is being treated as suspicious and will be investigated along with four other fires police believe to be the work of an arsonist.
The work of Dunedin volunteers is bringing back the sometimes tragic stories of New Zealanders caught up in World War 1.
A repainted Dunedin kinetic sculpture that ''strobed'' sunlight into surrounding offices after being painted with gloss paint is soon to return in a more muted form.
The almost 83-year-old St Bernadette's Church was no match for the destructive powers of demolition machines yesterday.
The Otago Boat Harbour is about to get its first dredging in more than 20 years, after the facility reached such a state rescue vessels could not leave the harbour at low tide.
The spirit of 1981 New Zealand movie Goodbye Pork Pie - and its more recent remake - was strong among the occupants of the 60 Minis crammed into the lower Octagon, in Dunedin, yesterday.
The recent discovery of a historic reprographic camera in Dunedin is developing an image of the city's past.
Public art in Dunedin should be making a comeback after a lengthy hiatus, thanks to a new ''in-house'' model of commissioning works.
The Right Rev Dr Kelvin Wright is uncertain how he is going to feel as he stands at the altar tomorrow for the last time on Sunday as the Anglican Bishop of Dunedin.
At first glance, the situation seemed alarming, writes David Loughrey.
A final decision and call for tenders on Otago Peninsula roading and cycleway improvements is expected by the end of June.
The Dunedin City Council has not had to deal with any major issues from heavy rain so far, saying it will closely monitor the situation over night.
The Dunedin City Council yesterday gave its unanimous approval to a site for the new Mosgiel pool.