Seven of the 10 leaders of Otago and Southland councils intend to stand again at elections next year.
Selling a snag in 2018 takes more than just some beef and sausage casing.
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.
A Fortune Theatre lost to the city has also lost its friends.
The future of air travel into and out of the South needs to be a discussion that includes the whole region, Dunedin Airport chief executive Richard Roberts says.
A Super Shuttle driver who parked in the middle of the Cumberland St cycleway to eat lunch is no longer employed by the company.
Dunedin has been awash with rage of late and, as David Loughrey discovers, it is all the fault of cyclists.
Ship navigation in three southern areas - Otago Harbour, Milford Sound and the Snares Islands south of Stewart Island - is on the Transport Accident Investigation Commission watch list after a...
Greenpeace vessel Rainbow Warrior has anchored off the Dunedin coast as crew members undertake training before a visit to the city this weekend.
The latest cable car back in Dunedin to grace the proposed Mornington line was once a children’s playhouse nestled beside a Waihola crib.
Dunedin's next generation of surveyors took on the city’s housing problems yesterday in front of the very people who will have to help deal with those problems.
South Island iwi Ngai Tahu is taking an active role in discussions surrounding Dunedin's new hospital build and wider investment opportunities in the city.
Pedestrians walking on level crossings in Dunedin within seconds of trains thundering through have grown complacent to the risks, KiwiRail says.
Selwyn College has appointed a University of Otago employee as its new warden as the Anglican Church considers selling the college after 125 years of ownership.
Some members and ticket-holders of the now closed Fortune Theatre have missed out on a refund from the theatre’s liquidator.
Selwyn College has appointed a university employee as its new warden.