Planning to redevelop Dunedin's George St has been put on hold pending a review.
Nearly 100 NZEI members gathered in Dunedin's Octagon today to protest against pay gaps that still exist for some teachers.
Ministry of Health new hospital programme director Mike Barns gave an update to media at the former Ministry of Social Development building in St Andrew St yesterday.
It seems unlikely wooden groynes will soon return to St Clair Beach.
The Dunedin City Council will amp up spending on electric vehicles and meet its target of owning 20 in 2021, a council spokesman says.
Dunedin's next election could be decided by a first-past-the-post vote.
It seems unlikely wooden groynes will make a return to Dunedin's St Clair beach any time soon.
A boardwalk from St Clair to Lawyers Head, a walkway from St Clair to Tunnel Beach, and hot pools and year-round use at the St Clair Hot Salt Water Pool are among the most popular suggestions for Dunedin’s St Clair to St Kilda coastal plan.
Four senior management positions are being filled in a caretaker capacity at the Dunedin City Council.
The Dunedin City Council is continuing to work with the receivers of Foulden Maar, but will not say more on its plans for the site.
It is just 5cm, but for Richard Todd it creates a 50m detour - and this week in the wet he tumbled out of his wheelchair as he tried to make his regular trip to the neighbourhood dairy.
Three Dunedin infrastructure projects are set to get some support from the arts sector.
Hundreds of people at a time could be spending their first two weeks back in New Zealand in Dunedin.
The family of a Dunedin fisherman whose body was found in Lake Wakatipu yesterday say they are mourning the loss of "a son, a brother, a soulmate, a father and a friend".
Consultants have been paid $150,000 to study how an overhaul of Dunedin’s city-centre streets could affect traffic.
More than $250,000 was given to "premier events" in Dunedin last month, the Dunedin City Council has revealed.
Strong domestic support over the school holiday period is keeping Dunedin accommodation providers afloat, Otago Motel Associa0tion president Alex Greenan says.
As she ties up loose ends at the end of seven years as the Dunedin City Council’s chief executive, Sue Bidrose is working from a different office.
If planners get proposed road changes wrong, they could bring Dunedin city centre traffic to a standstill, the New Zealand Automobile Association says.
Two bottle-nosed dolphins jump from the water "just outside" Taiaroa Head about 11am yesterday.