Hillside has a ''buzz'' it has not had in years as the South Dunedin workshops benefit from an increase in rail work.
The Otago Regional Council acted illegally in discussing behind closed doors a review critiquing some of its core processes, Cr Michael Laws says.
Generations of Dunedin dancers dusted off top hats and tap shoes to celebrate the city's love of tap dancing at the weekend.
After living 100 years, including an incarceration at Dachau concentration camp, all Dunedin's Olga Janssen asks for is a bit of butter.
Friday prayers were held as usual at Dunedin's mosque yesterday, but on the street outside about 1000 supporters stood silent.
Close to 1000 people gathered outside Dunedin's Al Huda mosque to remember the 50 people killed at Christchurch mosques in a terror attack a week ago.
A wishlist for amenity work on the stadium-area of the Leith has come in at an "eye-watering" $12 million.
A stock effluent disposal site will be created in Tarras, rather than Cromwell, as the Otago Regional Council bows to the pressure of Central Otago's mayor.
A new study has identified 48 earthquake faults in the Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes areas, one of which has been remapped as running through the middle of Wanaka town.
Tragedy became solidarity for a crowd remembering the Christchurch dead in Dunedin last night.
Dunedin's bus hub is open for business.
A complete sale of the Otago Regional Council-owned Port Otago is one option being considered in an ownership review of the $489million business.
On Monday, Nisrine Zarzar ventured off her Pine Hill property for the first time since the Christchurch mosque attacks.
Authors of beloved books, such as The Book Thief and The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, are Dunedin-bound for a celebration of literature.
A Mosgiel vigil for the Christchurch mosque victims starts with a prayer.
Thousands of pupils rose up in a "historic" climate protest across the South yesterday and have made it clear they are not done fighting yet.
Several southern airports recently ran out of fuel for small aircraft.
Hundreds of Dunedin pupils are set to trade pens for placards and strike for the future of the environment.
Dunedin's new bus map is an improvement, but still could be clearer in the central city, a local amateur cartographer says.
More than half of trade employers would hire fewer apprentices if the Government implemented its polytechnic proposal, a new survey indicates.