All but one of the nine complaints about bright new LED streetlights have been resolved by the installation of shielding.
An early sceptic of the Dunedin City Council’s LED streetlight rollout says the jury is still out, despite installation of about 4000 of the brighter, bluer lights to date.
An archaic timepiece - a piece of maritime history - has been refitted above Port Chalmers.
Research using fossils from Otago’s controversial Foulden Maar site shows possible future environmental conditions may be more favourable to plant growth and forest expansion, resulting in a global...
Research using fossils from Otago’s controversial Foulden Maar site shows future environmental conditions may be more favourable to plant growth and forest expansion, resulting in global greening.
The tracks have not become any safer, but their names have.
The removal of car parks in Howe St has hurt business for Piano Specialists owner Jim Strang.
Otago's economy took the hardest hit among New Zealand regions when the Covid-19 lockdown bit, economics consulting firm Infometrics says.
A British citizen trapped outside of NZ has opened up about the “demoralising” four months he has spent trying to return to his new Dunedin home.
As Dunedin shifts back into Covid-19 restrictions, Dine Dunedin continues with venues that understand what is required under Alert Level 2 conditions, director Nicola McConnell says.
Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins has called for patience as the city enters at least three days of a step backwards in the fight against Covid-19 this afternoon.
The Otokia archaeological landscape "has been hardly investigated", and its cultural significance should be understood before a proposed landfill at Smooth Hill is pursued, a university researcher...
A North Dunedin chimney fire and a central city false alarm kept firefighters busy this evening.
Vandalism and threats have marred campaigning efforts in the South at the weekend.
The "phenomenal" work done by southern primary health professionals supporting New Zealand’s Covid-19 response should be recognised, WellSouth chief executive Andrew Swanson-Dobbs says.
A wheelchair user who spilled from his chair trying to navigate a well-worn detour says the response from the Dunedin City Council since he raised his concerns publicly had been "marvellous".
Less than a quarter of people coming into Dunedin’s city centre walk, cycle or take a bus, a city centre advocacy group says.
There were four submissions by yesterday afternoon on the application to demolish the former Cadbury factory in Dunedin’s city centre.
The first of five public "drop in" sessions for Aurora Energy consumers to influence a coming Commerce Commission decision drew 23 people to the Dunedin Centre yesterday.
The Dunedin City Council is not saying how many people have applied for its vacant chief executive role.