Never-before published photographs from the day Beatlemania visited Dunedin show the youth of the city swept up by a cultural phenomenon the older generation simply did not understand.
Greenpeace supporters have flooded the Otago Regional Council with submissions on its regional policy statement.
A search is under way for a local contractor to cap and close the recently maxed-out northern portion of Dunedin’s Green Island Landfill.
Changes to the contentious ‘‘traffic light’’ system governing Dunedin’s recreational blue cod fishers could be on the horizon, Fisheries New Zealand says.
A 16-minute short film shot in Karitane and Dunedin has been awarded top marks at a long-standing independent film festival in Houston, Texas.
New Zealand’s contribution to the history of science and technology began when its first settlers used their knowledge of the sky and ocean to travel vast distances to reach these shores.
A two-car crash in Mornington this afternoon blocked traffic for a time but resulted in no major injuries, police said.
The Otago Regional Council will apologise for overcharging some ratepayers after a mistake in the rates demand in East Taieri.
The Otago Regional Council is considering the sale of 50ha of land in South Otago once earmarked for conservation purposes.
Otago regional councillors have continued calls for more oversight in the work being done by Dunedin’s two councils in South Dunedin.
Otago Regional Council deputy chairman Michael Laws says outspoken councillor Marian Hobbs should either withdraw her comments or leave the council, as promised.
If he makes it to the back country, he could be walking 10km up a river and he could be gone all day.
The Otago Regional Council has asked the High Court to decide if its proposed regional policy statement is headed in the right direction.
Environment Minister David Parker says he will talk to Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta about the troubled Otago Regional Council but it is premature for him to step in to sort out its affairs.
The Government has come up with a second round of funding to help the Dunedin City Council clean up a toxic underground site in South Dunedin.
Trampolines were sent flying and a downed tree blocked traffic as gale-force gusts reached 100kmh and sowed disorder around Dunedin at the weekend.
Invercargill city councillor, broadcaster, and public transport enthusiast Marcus Lush took his 35,000 Twitter followers on a tour of Dunedin, yesterday, by bus.