Lines company Aurora Energy says it expects to accelerate plans to replace higher risk equipment following a report that criticises obsolete technology and incomplete maintenance.
A Waitati community group has called for ''immediate actions that are direct, visible and simple to evaluate'' as communities work to battle climate change.
The Dunedin public will have a say on the future of the former Fortune Theatre building, but any action to repurpose it will not take place until next year.
A Dunedin parish opposed to the blessing of same-sex civil marriages has withdrawn from the Anglican Church, its minister saying homosexuality is an "abomination".
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A Dunedin church opposed to the blessing of same-sex civil marriages has withdrawn from the Anglican diocese, with its minister saying homosexuality is an "abomination".
A government decision to scrap plans to establish a school of rural medicine has been welcomed in Dunedin.
Dunedin is planning its next major infrastructure development - a clean energy centre to pump hot water across the central city for heating.
A new clean energy centre for Dunedin possibly using biomass - forestry residue and wood chips that produce clean energy - is the next major infrastructure plan for the city.
An electricity substation on the site of Dunedin's new hospital needs to be relocated, a process expected to cost $15 million and take three years.
The new Dunedin Hospital build seems set to become more complex and more costly, after drilling on the site found soils that will make the project more difficult.
The historic timeball that once enabled shipmasters to set their chronometers and later warned sailors of rough weather at Taiaroa Head may soon return to Port Chalmers.
An exhibition in Dunedin tomorrow will provide a different way to mark Armistice Day, its organisers say.
The architects behind Dunedin's ambitious waterfront plans are helping local businesses break into the massive Chinese market.
Making the new Dunedin Hospital a part of the city rather than an island separated by busy one-way streets will be one challenge for the new transport network project.
Dunedin residents could be in for more road cones and traffic snarl-ups, as changes are expected to a one-way system already in the middle of a cycle lane-driven upgrade.