Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the Government remains "ambitious" about its plans to build the new Dunedin Hospital.
A national project to create banners to celebrate 125 years since New Zealand women gained the vote arrived in Dunedin at the weekend.
A Dunedin writer-illustrator has been recognised for her services to children's literature as a new annual festival is added to the city's literary calendar.
Let's Go Fitness personal trainer Kylie Johnston pedals an exercycle as part of an effort to raise funds for Dunedin athlete Oli Chignell, and for mental health.
A fire by Lake Hawea appears to be under control after four helicopters with monsoon buckets attacked the blaze.
Dunedin's hospital rebuild planning is ramping up as the Ministry of Health (MoH) employs a five-member project management team.
Cars will have to make way for cyclists and pedestrians on Dunedin’s main street as a move to promote "active" transportation continues.
Stories of anti-cyclist rage have coloured the news in Dunedin recently as major cycle lane construction fills the city with road cones. David Loughrey speaks to an academic who says a culture...
In spring, the gardens of Dunedin demand attention as they awake from winter and stretch their fronds. This burst of fecundity made David Loughrey think about his relationship with plants and the...
A recent story about a historic Dunedin home that emerged after decades hidden from the public in a state of disrepair has also uncovered the history of a remarkable family.
An almost $1 million bequest from the former Dunedin teacher who was the last surviving member of the Patrick family is expected to be used to help cats.
Seven of the 10 leaders of Otago and Southland councils intend to stand again at elections next year.
The Anglican church has promised consultation on its plans to sell Selwyn College, and may revisit the idea at a special synod meeting.
The former Tomahawk School is set to be demolished as the Dunedin City Council plans to consolidate its three community assets in the seaside suburb into one.
An argument for southern tourism organisations to work more closely together and "hunt as a pack" to attract visitors has attracted some enthusiasm, but also questions how effective it would be.
A piece of Dunedin's historic electricity infrastructure is to be replaced after 67 years of supplying everything from electricity for trolley buses to a great view of games at Carisbrook for workers.
It was a police rescue with a difference yesterday as the derring-do of two of Dunedin's finest saved the day for a family of ducks.