Dunedin City Council’s new chief executive Sandy Graham wants to talk to council staff before publicly revealing her vision for the organisation.
Hospital staff, non-urgent patients, and visiting family members could be expected to use a "park and walk" facility mooted for the edge of Dunedin’s CBD.
Businesses have been "coned off" in Forbury Rd and St Clair Four Square owner Sandra Millar says customers are now avoiding the small St Clair shopping area.
Dunedin’s Thomas Burns St car park appears poised to become a regular stopping point for the city’s freedom campers.
The wildlife capital of New Zealand needs to stop visitors "disturbing the wildlife rather than contributing to it", a Dunedin city councillor says.
The revival of Dunedin’s warehouse precinct features strongly in a new Heritage New Zealand how-to guide for protecting New Zealand’s built heritage.
A Dunedin single transferable vote campaigner has launched a petition to scrap first-past-the-post from New Zealand elections.
Oamaru is going to have "the best little harbour in New Zealand", the Waitaki District Council says.
Neglected military installations overlooking Dunedin beaches could become "a little piece of the puzzle" in a wider coastal heritage trail.
An Otago runaka-based consultancy service has welcomed yesterday’s announcement that it will receive $2million to oversee 50 apprenticeships for displaced workers, Maori and Pasifika as "excellent...
An Otago rūnaka-based consultancy service is among the recipients of a $14 million Government package for apprenticeships announced by Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones.
Unions are unhappy about finding themselves on the outside of a reference group looking into future options for Dunedin Railways.
Though the season was curtailed by the global pandemic, an estimated 22,330 freedom campers stayed in Dunedin and contributed about $3.7 million to the city’s economy.
Many are disappointed in Dunedin’s Green mayor, landowners along Otokia Creek say, in the wake of a landfill proposal that goes against national aims for freshwater.
A second crematorium has been given the go-ahead in Mosgiel and will be built just 150m along the road from the other.
Winston Peters came to Dunedin yesterday to deliver campaign messages, but it was a sneaky smoko on the University of Otago’s campus that grabbed the attention on social media.