A $4.4 million bus hub, timetable app and ticketing changes are all arriving as the final pieces of Dunedin’s public transport "puzzle" are put in place.
All it took was a can-do attitude to make a Dunedin beer take to the skies.
Dunedin's bus hub - the ''final piece of the puzzle'' of the city's public transport network - will cost $4.4 million and is scheduled to be operational in November.
Organisers of the Dunedin Puaka Matariki Festival hope its events will get people out of the house and interacting with their community.
An "unpredictable" man linked to an Invercargill shooting should be treated with caution, police say.
A Mosgiel woman is "very grateful" a Dunedin city councillor and the local Rotary club will rebuild her non-compliant tree house to code, free of charge.
A Dunedin City Councillor and council staff will rebuild a Mosgiel tree house to code, after being criticised for demanding that the family tear it down.
A pest eradication company manager empathises with the Otago Regional Council's hunt for a Dunedin wallaby, saying scouting for the creatures is like finding a ''needle in a haystack''.
NZSKI has fired back at claims work at the Remarkables has destroyed a protected wetland.
The name of the latest chick turning heads at the Royal Albatross Centre puts a Maori twist on an American aviator.
A Dunedin knight and botanist involved in wetlands conservation is supporting legal action over a regional council consent granted to the Remarkables skifield, citing "serious concern''.
The Otago Regional Council has released plans for $2 million in flood protection work at the Dundas St bridge in Dunedin.
While this young baby has six nanas, they insist there is no competition among them as to who gives the best presents.
Although thousands more than usual packed Dunedin’s centre for a mystical procession on Saturday night, organisers say everyone was able to catch a glimpse.
Dunedin's central city was aglow with illuminated fairy tale characters and creatures as thousands turned out for the annual Dunedin Midwinter Carnival parade last night.
A person is being treated in an ambulance after being hit by a car in Dunedin today.
University of Otago-led research could help discern who will be responsive to melanoma drugs.
The Cadbury Factory closure did not stop Dunedinites snagging free chocolate from the brand yesterday, but the Etu union thinks the city’s residents will vote with their wallets long term.
Otago regional councillors are considering changes that would combat skewed representation around its table.
A cyclist hit by a car in Dunedin yesterday has defended herself against "keyboard warriors" blaming her for the incident.