Fingers remain crossed Sir Rod Stewart will be gracing Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium stage this November.
A cycle trail connecting Oamaru and Dunedin could bring in more than $100 million in visitor spending from outside Otago in its first 20 years.
Dunedin city councillors have split with the mayor over the multimillion-dollar George St upgrade, and some are questioning the council's commitment to ‘‘participatory democracy’’.
After less than a month, the 10kmh speed limit through Dunedin’s city centre is on its way out.
A Dunedin city councillor opposed the decision to increase the CBD speed limit while temporarily retaining the dots, saying people will still think the street will be safe to walk out onto.
It will be up to the customer "to make sure they are looking after themselves" in Covid-19 Alert Level 1, Hospitality NZ says - and "business as usual" can't come soon enough for southern providers.
The Dunedin City Council is set to embark on a years-long journey of restoring the Dunedin Railway Station "as close as we can to a new state".
Air New Zealand has released its domestic schedule for July and August and Jetstar has begun advertising seats for sale in July as southern skies appear set to get a lot busier.
As New Zealand’s economy falters, Queenstown’s could crater as financial forecaster Infometrics warns the tourism-driven economy could face years of recovery and shrink by $633million by March.
A quarter of Queenstown’s jobs will disappear over the next 10 months and the tourism-driven economy will take years to recover, financial forecaster Infometrics says.
George St’s controversial new 10kmh speed limit — and the street’s brightly coloured dots — are likely to be removed next week.
A technology upgrade could save Dunedin City Council commercial water customers cash.
Whether a 0% rates rise has been signalled, or a business-as-usual approach adopted, public servants’ jobs across the South appear safe in the short term, in the face of the expected recession due...
If motorists do not adhere to the 10kmh limit on George St over the long weekend, speed bumps could be installed.
Increased funding for Dunedin’s indigenous "celestial celebration" is an important recognition of 800 years of local history and a step towards "the modern Dunedin", Dunedin city councillor Jim O...
Dunedin city councillors stuck to a 4.1% rates rise — and bulked up the Dunedin City Council’s Covid-19 recovery fund to nearly $1million as the council’s 2020-21 annual plan deliberations wrapped...
Mountain biking and Matariki were the only clear winners in yesterday’s annual plan deliberations, as just two projects received requested funding when Dunedin city councillors worked out who would...
The Dunedin City Council will push ahead with a change to its long-term plan, to decrease the community services targeted rate to $100 in an effort to help properties with low-valued residential...
The DCC has signalled an updated 4.1% rates rise, increased borrowing, and the creation of a pandemic relief fund of $500,000.
George St work has been given the green light and remains on track to begin in April next year.