Work is beginning on Monday to build a $7 million connection that will eventually link the city and Port Chalmers.
Atop an exposed cliff jutting into the southern ocean at the tip of the Otago Peninsula sits an empty and at-risk heritage building with an important role in Dunedin’s maritime past. David Loughrey...
In a recent moment of clarity, David Loughrey realised he is a horrid person. These are the reasons he came to that conclusion.
A Dunedin artist turned to carbon a book she found at an op-shop in Princes St — and then won a prize with it.
An international collaboration melding art and music is soon to be unleashed in Dunedin.
The North Dunedin McDonald's restaurant was evacuated and closed for about an hour early this morning after a gas leak.
Heritage roses are back at Dunedin's Northern Cemetery after hundreds were poisoned two years ago.
A television hunting show featuring three Otago hunters is about to be exposed to millions of potential viewers in Canada and the United States.
An excerpt from David Loughrey’s recent book Grass Roots: Dunedin’s Greatest Sporting Rivalries* remembers another contest, a local one, where vastly divergent world views were at play.
The kindness of strangers and a clear determination to get his mural finished meant after more than a day and night with no sleep Tyler Kennedy Stent was close to finishing his mural yesterday.
Two refugees from the cultural wasteland that is Tauranga visited Dunedin yesterday to get a taste of a city blessed with plenty of museums.
The glacial blues and whites of a freezing winter are starting to take over a Caversham warehouse as the lanterns come together for a Winter Tale.
Street artist Tyler Kennedy Stent works on his mural of Ralph Hotere in Carroll St, Dunedin, last night.
An auction at the Fortune Theatre on Saturday may contain some of the more unusual items to go under the hammer, but it will not be the first time auctioneer John More has attempted to sell a coffin.
Dunedin cannabis law reform activist Abe Gray has put together an alliance of well-known New Zealanders in the lead-up to a planned referendum.
Dunedin's Gigatown experience is winding down, now fibre roll-out in the city is complete and all of the $700,000 of promised funding has been handed out.
The Fortune Theatre Trust is planning to auction its assets late this month as it faces an "extremely tight" financial situation following its closure.
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.