A Northeast Valley woman is seeking help filling a Jaffa-sized hole in Dunedin's calendar.
Central Otago communities will be called upon to guide the way forward for the minimum flow process on three rivers.
In the midst of one Otago Regional Council director's resignation and another's rumoured departure, the council's chief executive and councillors are silent.
A rogue rabbit virus, confirmed in Otago, could thwart regional council plans by making the animals immune to its infection operation.
Leaked documents appear to show the Otago Regional Council increasing its commitment to a new headquarters site in Dunedin’s Anzac Ave.
The vast majority of Otago freshwater bodies could be swimmable in coming decades through an Otago Regional Council commitment.
The Otago Regional Council has increased its commitment to tackling poor air quality in smog-prone towns with a $5million project over 10 years.
The Department of Conservation has defended a "non-interference" policy towards takahe after criticism following the death of two chicks at Orokonui.
As the Otago Regional Council lags on Henley flood work, a councillor has floated the idea of retreating from the settlement altogether.
The final stage of flood work on the Water of Leith will start early next year at a cost of $2.8 million.
Becca Huxley, of Wanaka, trades plastic for cash in the Octagon yesterday as part of Dunedin's contribution to the Great Bottle Drive.
A science project undertaken by school pupils has revealed the ''poor'' water quality in Tomahawk Lagoon.
Port Otago's $8 million dredge Takutai will probably be out of action until early next year.
A ''non-interference'' policy meant Orokonui Ecosanctuary staff could not save its only two takahe chicks from being killed in last week's floods.
Two rare takahe chicks at Orokonui are casualties of last week's floods.
With the thrill of record albatross egg numbers at Taiaroa Head could come a "concerning'' lopsided breeding schedule.
The absence of a weather radar in Otago could impact "public safety'' during floods, the Otago Regional Council says.
Green fields in the usually-barren Maniototo have some farmers casting their minds back to the 1970s.
A "disapponting" trend of uninsulated flats is continuing in Dunedin despite impending legislation, a University of Otago lecturer says.
A clean-energy system proposed for Dunedin could feed into a new hotel development, Mayor Dave Cull says.