Contractors have begun initial construction work on a new pedestrian/cycle bridge over the Water of Leith close to Forsyth Barr Stadium.
Dunedin's Royal Albatross Centre won a new ambassador yesterday when a Wellington woman who named one of the centre’s chicks saw the bird in real life.
A leading Otago developer has criticised Dunedin's new district plan.
Soaring cruise ship numbers and a multimillion-dollar increase in expenditure in Dunedin is driving an increase in employment among the city's tourism operators.
The author of cult novel Trainspotting, Irvine Welsh, has cancelled a trip to Dunedin for a Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival event in September.
A $320,000 injection of government cash into performing arts in Dunedin has been hailed as a chance to ''really get it right'' after the demise of the Fortune Theatre.
The author of cult novel Trainspotting, Irvine Welsh, has cancelled a trip to Dunedin.
A Waikouaiti business owner took some direct action yesterday in his dispute with the Dunedin City Council over recycling.
A Dunedin transgender identity has come out in support of a proposed law change making it easier to change the gender on birth certificates.
A Dunedin building shrouded in scaffolding for most of the past year has been revealed in its former glory.
Dunedin people appear to support a government move to ban single-use plastic bags, but also say there is more to be done.
Setting up artwork by Warren Goodwin for the iNDx Autistic Arts and Culture Aotearoa exhibition are (from left) exhibition officer Max Mollison, exhibition and creative services head Craig Scott...
Dunedin is temporarily bereft of a heritage planner after the resignation of Dan Windwood.
Like everybody in the world, David Loughrey’s brain is full of stupid and unnecessary thoughts. Today he tries to clear them out by writing them down in one place.
Motorists have reported waits of up to 15 minutes at a Dunedin intersection as cycleway construction means traffic lights are being run from Wellington.
Pie rules the roost in her Northeast Valley home.
Work has begun to identify land and developers for about 400 new houses needed in Dunedin as plans ramp up for the city's new hospital and the population grows.
Hillside Workshops in Dunedin is again humming with activity as carriages are readied for a planned new national train journey.
The world of spelling bees allows for no second chances.
Arts Festival Dunedin has again had to scramble to find a new venue after a theatre that offered its space could not be used for a production.