New technology worth more than $750,000 is expected to help Port Otago pinpoint noise that annoys Port Chalmers residents.
Port Chalmers residents are in for a noisy nine months of daily hammering as Port Otago begins installing 138 30m-tall concrete-filled steel piles at the town’s multipurpose wharf.
It was both the first time, and the last time, Jordan Te Pana took the bus to Ravensbourne yesterday.
Conductor Peter Adams leads the Dunedin Youth Orchestra at the Underground Market in George St last night, as part of an immersion concert/installation.
Dunedin is set for another massive rise in cruise ship numbers, with the 2018-19 season eclipsing anything seen before.
Port Otago says a strong primary export market helped it achieve a fourth year of growth with a 13% profit rise to $38.7 million.
It's a special duck that can force a small army of burly contractors with hefty earthmoving equipment and a strict project timetable across a major Dunedin stream and keep them there for a month.
An increase in spending by Australian tourists in Dunedin is partly a result of the city's marketing campaign, Enterprise Dunedin says.
A plan for a 10-apartment heritage redevelopment by Dunedin's harbourside could inject life back into the larger Loan and Mercantile building redevelopment.
A retaining wall on Highcliff Rd is one of several sections of the road repaired after slips in the past two years.
A South Dunedin soft drinks institution that had its liquor licence stripped in a controversial case is attempting to regain it.
Dunedin’s accommodation sector is set to be besieged by a triple whammy of events on one February weekend.
Rusting metal a developer blames for flooding an Outram subdivision is still in place at the entrance to a culvert in the town.
A plan to subdivide a former market garden in Outram has been criticised by opponents who say it will waste land that could form part of Dunedin's ''food basket''.
Dunedin Airport's CEO has added his voice to criticism of the city's marketing plan, saying people have been left out.
Protection of South Dunedin in the face of climate change, the future of Dunedin Hospital and whether the hospital is 36 or 37 years old, or even older, took the attention of a general election...
The Dunedin City Council may have to rethink its marketing plan for the city after organisations yesterday found plenty of gaps in the document.
Dunedin will have three new speed cameras, and Oamaru one, by the end of the year.
A woman will appear in court today after alleged offending that included car theft, petrol drive-offs and abandoned police chases.
Green Island’s Derek Wilson knows a thing or two about being a dad.