Lavish bacchanalian indulgence Trenz is coming to Dunedin next year, and the city’s tourism industry - in fact the city itself - has a chance to really impress.
A trial of blue lights on the centre line of Otago roads which flash in icy conditions has ended with questions about their reliability.
A bungled DCC cost estimate to complete safety improvements and a cycle/walkway on the peninsula has left the project more than $13 million short.
The cost of road improvements including a cycleway on Otago Peninsula have blown out, but the project is set to go ahead.
Dunedin is set to pick up more than 40 new jobs if a proposed move of the Accident Compensation Corporation from northern centres goes ahead.
Replacing pipes on a small Dunedin street partially built on an old rubbish dump is costing the city close to $500,000.
The trust proposing a wind farm near Blueskin Bay says it does not plan to re-erect a 30m pole with data collection equipment toppled in an act of vandalism recently.
Children got the opportunity to have a positive medical experience while medical students got the chance to brush up communication skills with youngsters.
A Blue shark has been filmed sliding beneath the surface of the Steamer Basin in Dunedin.
The Dunedin champion of a hotly contested chilli-eating competition fell in the last leg of the finals in Auckland.
Next year’s Trenz conference in Dunedin is set to cost ratepayers $200,000, but the long-term pay-off should run well into the millions.
A man who went blind in one eye after missing out on appointments because of a southern ophthalmology service in crisis questions whether planned improvements will fix the situation.
Inadequate governance and insufficient capacity have been pinpointed as the reasons for delays that resulted in 23 Otago and Southland residents suffering partial sight loss.
Work to turn part of Jetty St into a pedestrian-only area has been hailed as 'an opportunity to lead the transformation of New Zealand cities'.
Delays caused by inadequate governance and insufficient capacity led to more than 30 southern residents suffering partial sight loss.
Despite an extra $100,000 of spending approved this week, the Dunedin City Council scraped in under its self-imposed 3% target for rates rises for the next financial year.
Dunedin is set to get two artificial turf sports fields at Logan Park late this year or early next, after a proposal set to cost the city $1 million won unanimous approval.
Dunedin's only international flight, to Brisbane, will continue, but travellers should not hold their breath waiting for more transtasman flights.
A company that provides holiday homes located in isolated places with walls, floor and roof all made of glass could soon start building on Otago Peninsula and in Central Otago.
A Dunedin tourism company has received funding from Christchurch Airport to help attract Chinese tourists, something that should benefit the industry as a whole in the city.