The South’s mayors are sharply divided on the benefits of the Government’s new visitor tax.
The Dunedin City Council is cracking down on building warrants of fitness in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster.
The Fortune Theatre's wardrobe has been saved for use in Dunedin, following the institution's demise.
It may have lost the building at the centre of its activities, but a group that has supported the Fortune Theatre since 1976 says that may not mean its own demise.
Two Middlemarch brothers have had international success with their silent film, taking second place at awards held in the United States.
Dunedin police have been unable to find a man reported to be exposing himself at or near the Botanic Garden this afternoon.
The future of the state highways that run through central Dunedin may be in for a shake-up, but major developments expected in the next decade mean there are limited options for planners.
The chairman of the trust that runs the Vogel St Party says it was a difficult decision to cancel this year's event, but he has no doubt it will be back next year.
The Anglican Bishop of Dunedin says he has no immediate plans to close smaller churches in a diocese struggling for numbers.
A Dunedin heritage building could be demolished and turned into a car park by a multinational company that has left the site empty for a decade.
The dream of a return of Dunedin's High St cable cars came a lot closer to reality yesterday when a crane lowered two cable cars next to a new building on Mornington Park.
Mornington's historic cable cars have returned to the Dunedin suburb they used to service - almost.
A giant rabbit and vintage cars from Dunedin's Cadbury factory are so far unwanted as the company tries to donate its heritage collection to Dunedin institutions.
Items from the former Cadbury site in Dunedin are to be auctioned online.
Dunedin Airport has had an impressive increase in both passengers and revenue in the time chief executive Richard Roberts has been in charge. David Loughrey talks to the man behind the busy runways.
Dunedin's St Paul’s Cathedral dean is retiring after nine years to clear the way for what he says is desperately needed rationalisation.
The chief executive of an insurance company holding its first conference in Dunedin this week says he would happily have it in the city again.
Maori input into the likes of conferences and events needs to go beyond "haka, hongi, hangi and pukana''.
Dunedin's city council-owned venues have experienced a 20% rise in conference and events business in the last year, attracting higher-spending visitors to the city.
Amway would like to return to Queenstown, after a visit by about 6500 Amway China staff this year gained the highest approval rating of any staff incentive programme the company has run.