Forest & Bird says the future of Otago wetlands is at stake as it takes the Otago Regional Council and NZSki to court over development at the Remarkables.
Forest and Bird is taking the Otago Regional Council and NZ Ski to court over a protected wetland it says was destroyed by development on the Remarkables.
As petrol prices tipped $2.50 per litre in Wanaka, Queenstown Lakes mayor says drivers in the South are being pillaged by petrol companies and it has gone beyond being acceptable.
A post-apocalyptic bug and an abandoned hospital were the key ingredients for two Dunedin pupils whose art is being noticed nationally.
While some Dunedin businesses are unhappy about bus hub work, the regional council says they will benefit long term.
This is a story about the escape of a cat, its community adoption and a reunion after three and a-half years.
The DCC says it is happy to discuss bringing a Jaffa race back to the city, after a new manufacturer for the iconic sweet was named yesterday.
The future manufacturer of Jaffas says Dunedin's annual Baldwin St race could return if the city supports it.
Pink got the party started, and Dunedin raises a glass to the atmosphere and fan spending she left behind.
Mountain Biking Otago hopes having its tractor go up in flames will not hamper its track-building efforts.
These days an elegant Dunedin mother-daughter pair cannot even buy cheese without being photographed by pop stars.
Firefighters have extinguished a blaze after a tractor burst into flames in North Dunedin today.
After the success of a free bus loop around Dunedin during the last school holidays the Otago Museum will ask the Dunedin City Council to fund the service long term.
A $986 million transport boost for Otago and Southland seems to have given the regions what they asked for, Otago’s regional land transport committee chairman says.
Otago and Southland's transport systems will get a $986 million boost over the next three years as the Government targets safety on roads.
Insights into the "crazy" 7000km journeys of the world's third-rarest penguin show more than just one country should be responsible for their conservation, a University of Otago researcher says.
Dunedinites will look towards the weekend with Pink-tinted glasses ahead of the pop star's 37,000-person stadium spectacle.
Orange will become pink as the latest pop superstar to visit Dunedin follows the Ed Sheeran tradition of being immortalised in mural form.
Balmacewen Intermediate pupil Bram Casey (12) loves traipsing through the tracks in Dunedin's Town Belt.
Keep New Zealand Beautiful judges have been taken around Dunedin as part of deliberations in the competition. Hutt City is the other finalist.