Dunedin architect Gary Todd has won a string of awards for his work, including one last week for a building in Dunedin’s student sector. David Loughrey talks to him about...
Dunedin's iD Fashion Week is set to be split in two.
Otago Polytechnic has welcomed a Government initiative to expand trade training as Dunedin faces a construction boom and the need for workers to make it happen.
A Dunedin third-year mathematics student has turned a side interest in cartography into a possible career opening, after a local musician sang his praises.
Spring has already brought 152 motherless ducklings to a Dunedin bird rescue organisation that is on the lookout for foster families for the fluffy foundlings.
A Dunedin waiata group boasts 80 members, has attracted people from a wide range of government departments and makes some beautiful sounds. But you may never see them perform.
A Dunedin City Council planner has opposed a property developer's plan to fell a 90-year-old Wakari tree.
The latest stage of work on the multimillion-dollar Otago Peninsula cycling and walking connection has started this week at Turnbulls Bay, by Broad Bay.
A national earthquake and tsunami drill stopped workplaces, schools and other organisations as more than 53,000 people in Otago yesterday practised how to drop, cover and hold.
Those planning the new Dunedin Hospital need to also start planning where its 2500 art works, sculptures and other installations will go, Barbara Brinsley, who has helped develop the collection, says.
Design drawings have emerged of the new Dunedin Hospital, offering a glimpse of the planned outpatient and day surgery building.
Southern buildings checked using imaging technology that has uncovered structural problems in 1100 buildings across New Zealand have not featured the same issues.
The Dunedin group planning a multimillion-dollar cable car system on High St has had a setback, missing out on a $100,000 Provincial Growth Fund request to help keep the project moving.
As Dunedin's freshly elected councils consider what direction to take this fine city, we ask if they have the guts to take on the bold vision outlined by ODT columnist David Loughrey in 2016.
The annual Bird of the Year competition starts late this month. David Loughrey argues it might be time to look beyond the hoiho or the albatross.
Traffic flow on Dunedin's one-way system is expected to suffer when demolition work starts on the former Cadbury building to make way for the new Dunedin Hospital.
The Southern District Health Board has been ordered to apologise to a psychiatric patient who was stripped naked and left in seclusion for 18 hours at Wakari Hospital.
The world under our feet has risen to the surface as examples of the world's rocks and minerals are displayed in Dunedin.
A group of teenagers got the fright of their life and their car was stolen after they were forced to flee an offender at Dunedin's Prospect Park on Thursday night.
The road is now clear after a crash involving a car and caravan near Herbert.