If Port Chalmers residents see crew from ships in the port in town, they can be assured robust procedures in place are being followed at Port Otago, chief executive Kevin Winders says.
The show must go on — and so a wartime adaptation of a children’s adventure will hit the stage in Dunedin despite originally being cancelled three months ago.
There are fears the demolition of the former Cadbury factory without a definite plan for the future of the site could be a permanent blow to Dunedin’s historic streetscape.
The public will not know how changes to Dunedin’s central city one-way system could affect traffic flows through the city until after public engagement on the project ends next week.
The $761million the Government has dangled to help local government upgrade drinking, waste and stormwater infrastructure across New Zealand has been welcomed by Otago mayors.
Two-thirds of responses so far to a survey on changes to Dunedin’s central city one-way system want it to remain as it is.
National Party leader Todd Muller has refused to comment on an incident involving fellow MP Michael Woodhouse and a photo of a toilet seat with Dunedin MP Clare Curran's face on it.
Allegations of leaning over and berating a staff member, swearing, "spraying saliva", and threatening staff job security if he was elected mayor have all been levelled against Cr Lee Vandervis.
Dunedin councillor Lee Vandervis has slammed as "scandalous invention" claims made about his behaviour in a summary of complaints released by the DCC today.
Plans for changes to Dunedin’s main shopping thoroughfare will move ahead, but will now involve more affected groups.
Dunedin Railways is in Paul Jeffery’s blood, but yesterday the locomotive assistant cleared out his locker at the Dunedin Railway Station, probably for the last time.
New rules for recreational blue cod fishers off Dunedin’s coast are a "debacle", a long-time Port Chalmers fisherman says.
Success in pedestrianising city streets generally occurs in cities with population densities 40 times — or greater — than Dunedin’s, an economist says.
Even as she was "ecstatic" that 50 people came through the doors in the first 30 minutes they were open, Port Chalmers artisans market operator Julie Fawcett was thrilled "the ol’ gang" was back...
Nearly half of the Dunedin City Council’s Covid-19 support fund could be used to sustain social wellbeing in the city.