The reason for a bewildering array of petrol prices faced by southern drivers has been only partially explained as the price reached record figures - at some outlets - in the past week.
Petrol prices that have reached record levels in New Zealand mean even higher prices in the South, as distance from main centres pushed the price to almost $2.45 a litre in one Otago town.
A group of Port Chalmers seniors yesterday proved they were more than capable of riding the technology wave.
Professional theatre practitioners say they will continue quality productions in Dunedin, despite the closure of the Fortune Theatre.
The lot of musicians appears to have become far more complex in the digital era, although change in the industry is nothing new.
Dunedin Airbnb operators have defended their activity in the face of accusations that while their income is increasing, they are not contributing to city marketing.
Dunedin will learn about smart cities and circular economies during the city's first Techweek.
A Dunedin composition will take centre stage in England next month when about 30 locals head there to perform with the United Kingdom's Parliament Choir.
The NZ Transport Agency's one-way cycleway may undergo changes to fit with the construction of the new Dunedin hospital, but will go ahead regardless.
Airbnb income in Dunedin has more than doubled in just one year to almost $4.4 million.
Flights are back on after fog delayed flights at Dunedin Airport for the second time this week.
The Dunedin City Council may establish a kaumatua (Maori elder) role among its staff.
Dunedin city councillors have pressed the "go button" on the $20million architecturally designed bridge they say will be a game-changer for the city.
There was a moment when media types from New Zealand and overseas were wandering slightly awe-struck past the Olympic-sized billiard room at Olveston.
Dunedin tourism spending growth is lagging behind other New Zealand centres.
The four-day Trenz event that brought 1500 tourism industry representatives from New Zealand and overseas ended yesterday, and Dunedin's regional tourism organisation says it will result in...
Dunedin's Trenz event has given 46 local students an early taste of the industry they are training for.
A Ngai Tahu economic development project has already helped launch one tourism business in the Dunedin, and should soon help another in the Catlins.
Looking after the environment and the people within the tourism industry is emerging as a new focus for operators as tourist numbers surge.
A Karitane runaka has moved to fill a gap in Maori tourism in Dunedin, with plans for a tourism operation featuring waka rides and cultural experiences.