Dunedin needs to stop hoping hotel developers will come clamouring to build in the city, the man behind a recently failed proposal for a five-star hotel says.
Two people were helicoptered to Christchurch after a serious crash in South Canterbury this afternoon.
Emergency services crews work to free a woman from her vehicle after a crash at the intersection of Cumberland and Howe Sts in Dunedin yesterday afternoon.
Electric vehicles could soon prove a boon for farmers, tradies and others, an Otago Polytechnic automotive lecturer believes.
Two people have been taken to Dunedin Hospital with serious injuries after a two-car crash in North Dunedin this afternoon.
After spending more than $100,000 seeing plan change 7 through the Environment Court, Otago Fish & Game is reviewing how much money it will need to take part in the Otago Regional Council’s...
The flat at 660 Castle St has been bought by the band that made it famous.
When it comes to grunt, the diesel trucks at Blackhead Quarries’ Logan Point quarry cannot compete with their electric vehicle rival, quarry manager Joe Hunter says.
Yachting legend Sir Russell Coutts’ fight for water rights is not over yet.
Protesters outside the Dunedin Centre outnumbered the crowd inside about five to one as Dunedin’s rainbow community rallied to denounce a contentious women’s group speaking in the city at the weekend.
A self-described lifestyle medicine programme piloted in Dunedin has proved almost overwhelmingly popular.
The poem "Being and Pointlessness" is the latest target of vandals in the often quiet, unsealed Peninsula Beach Rd behind Port Chalmers.
Even after a central Southland mega-landfill’s expansion was approved last week, the Dunedin City Council will not say if the regional waste facility will be a factor in its own uncertain plans for...
The cause of death of black swans at a Dunedin lagoon this winter is still unknown after an Otago Regional Council investigation into the matter.
When the Tiwai Point smelter closes it could open the door for green energy production that could add half a billion dollars a year to New Zealand’s economy, a new report says.
Pregnant transgender and non-binary people and those in same-sex partnerships could be shut out from equal access to maternity services.
Otago Polytechnic students will be asked if they want the Maori flag, the tino rangatiratanga, to fly at the Dunedin campus.
The amount of erosion now evident at St Clair Beach is typical after winter storms, particularly considering the size of waves over the last month, the Dunedin City Council says.
Crowds of onlookers were treated to a visit of a southern right whale at St Clair Beach yesterday.
Without identified protected natural areas, farmers and others risk being caught out and facing hefty fines. But as councils start to map significant natural areas (SNAs) in their districts many accuse them of overstepping their mark.