A group planning New Zealand's second co-housing community is unapologetic about trying to do something different in Dunedin.
The organiser of a proposed paint party at Logan Park says he is willing to consider breath-testing people as they come in the gate, but thinks it would be a ''slightly extreme'' thing to have to do.
A top public health official was the source of information that Dunedin punters were offered cheap drinks in exchange for filling in a submission form on a draft local alcohol policy, it has been revealed.
The Automobile Association has chipped in on what to do about Dunedin's Portobello Rd, offering to host an urgent public meeting.
There could be more car parks around State Highway 1 in central Dunedin after a cycle lane is built on it, if city council plans come to fruition.
Has cutting four lanes to two ever been so contentious as a section of Portobello Rd in Dunedin? Debbie Porteous asks the Dunedin City Council what is going on, as drivers continue to complain of...
When people leave bars there will be trouble in the streets, but if they leave them earlier the trouble is likely to be less, Dunedin police say.
Bars closing might be the price of becoming a civil society, a social service agency says, as no-shows dominated the second day of hearings on Dunedin's draft local alcohol policy (Lap).
A group of Outram School children outdid themselves in a recent fundraiser to help Brighton's little blue penguins.
Otago's top policeman has slammed an industry-commissioned economic impact report on Dunedin's draft local alcohol policy (Lap) as flawed and misleading.
Dunedin bars offered punters cheap drinks to fill in surveys in support of licensees position against a draft liquor licensing policy for the city, Dunedin district licensing commissioner Colin Weatherall says.
A new charitable foundation aims to build up a fund that would ensure the financial security of one of Dunedin's top tourism and cultural ''treasures'' in perpetuity.
Dunedin's draft local alcohol policy (Lap) could cost the region more than $2.8 million, an economic analysis commissioned by inner-city bar owners suggests.
Seven Dunedin city councillors may be spending a good part of this weekend finishing reading thousands of submissions on the city's draft local alcohol policy.
A new online submission portal has saved the Dunedin City Council $10,000 on its first outing.
A Dunedin city councillor has wished a council-led working party ''good luck'' as it begins work on the next stage of a major cycle lane project that would remove central city car parks.
Plans for tighter alcohol restrictions in Dunedin have attracted about 4500 submissions, the bulk opposing the changes - and some prompting a language warning.
Rangers and animal control are on the hunt for a mystery killer after 30 little blue penguins were killed near Dunedin.
A Wanaka-based developer has applied for consent to create an 82-lot subdivision on one of the largest pieces of undeveloped residential-zoned land left in Dunedin.
A proposal to grant leases for a mobile trading site on the Museum Reserve has hit resistance from Otago Museum.