The Ministry of Health is hoping to conclude the purchase of two more properties for the new Dunedin hospital in the next two months, but has not bought any of the land it requires since early...
Police say they are still talking to people of interest in the case of the miniature horse that was stabbed 41 times in Waitati, north of Dunedin.
Dunedin's one-way cycle lane network and subsequent changes to traffic and parking are things residents will have to adapt to, officials say.
Dunedin's tourism organisation has received some welcome figures, showing something is going right in the sector.
Dunedin's State Highway 1 cycle lane system has been officially opened.
Lime scooters could be back on Dunedin streets as early as today after a report from an independent engineering consultant showed a safety problem appears to have been fixed.
Dunedin's State Highway 1 cycle lanes will be officially opened tomorrow.
The flight from war ravaged Syria to the stability of Dunedin may have meant some big changes for former refugees welcomed to the city, but for their children it should mean a secure future.
Another historic Dunedin church is facing demolition as earthquake rules and diminishing congregations continue to bite.
The health costs of New Zealand's poor housing could be more than $145 million a year, a new study shows.
Both Dunedin and Auckland councillors have questioned the need for the thousands of emails received from Lime e-scooter supporters, as Lime works to fix a problem that resulted in riders being injured.
The split of an Dunedin Anglican parish over the church's blessing of same-sex marriage is complete, both sides going their separate ways.
A model plucked from the shop front found herself in hot water by the seaside.
A home-invading possum that sparked a police callout slunk into a Dunedin woman's room and sat on her curtain rail, "staring at me like I was Satan''.
Just a decade ago, Dunedin was a fractured city. Emotions were at boiling point as the DCC continued to push forward with a vision for a roofed stadium.
An out-of-control Australian with sharp claws and a bad attitude raised hell in a Dunedin home early yesterday.
A Dunedin contractor has criticised a decision by a professional body to merely demand training for a past president found to have breached its code of conduct.
An out of control Australian with sharp claws and a bad attitude raised hell in a Dunedin home last night.
Dunedin and Hamilton have launched a joint organisation to attract business events to the two centres.
Two companies have been contracted to begin work preparing the way for the new Dunedin hospital as the Ministry of Health advertises for key roles in the build.