Traffic lights in central Dunedin causing backed up traffic and frustrating motorists to the point they ignore red lights have been controlled via CCTV cameras from Wellington.
Record numbers at Dunedin Airport mean the facility’s car park is being expanded.
Dunedin people - from taxi drivers to front-line retail staff - will be trained to present Dunedin's best face in preparation for one of the city's biggest and most important conferences.
Cycle advocates are ramping up pressure on the Government to deal with an issue that has resulted in a Dunedin cycleway stopped in its tracks by a new KiwiRail rule.
A group of Wellington artists is in Dunedin adding colour to the city through street art. Arts reporter David Loughrey takes a look.
Dunedin's thrice-weekly Brisbane flights will continue and the city will retain its international airport.
Literature and rugby are forming an alliance to bring the joy of reading to Dunedin’s children.
A call-up to model at the iD International Emerging Designer Show next month is a first for trans-woman model Charlotte Goodyear, and a first for the show.
Dunedin’s big week of fashion is in for big changes this year, as the iD International Emerging Designer Show takes centre stage.
United States Air Force F-16s flew close to both a helicopter and three parachutists near Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers with no warning they were coming.
The new operator of Dunedin's landmark Captain Cook Hotel says a liquidator's attempts to force him to pay to use the hotel's name are "unfair, unusual and intimidating".
A KiwiRail safety measure may have put paid to plans for a cycleway linking Dunedin and Central Otago, and could mean $500,000 of spending on a Dunedin trail has been in vain.
Air New Zealand may have washed its hands of Dunedin's only international air service.
Suggestions on Dunedin's direction in public art are already coming in as the Dunedin City Council gets ready to launch its public art labs.
United States F-16 jet fighter pilots were ``reminded of New Zealand's aviation rules'' after low flights over Fox Glacier sparked safety concerns from West Coast helicopter operators.
Despite a remarkable resurgence in heritage redevelopment in Dunedin, some prominent buildings stand empty. David Loughrey investigates.
New Zealand defended its way to a series win against the English cricket team this week. An excerpt from David Loughrey’s new book Grass Roots: Great Otago Sporting Rivalries* remembers a local cricketing battle.
The company responsible for selling seed linked to the deaths of hundreds of dairy cows in 2014 says it will provide compensation.
The company set to refurbish carriages at Hillside Workshops in Dunedin appears not to be using KiwiRail staff for the work.
The company behind a planned luxury train journey through New Zealand will use Hillside Workshops in Dunedin to refurbish its carriages.