The Government has created something of a dilemma for 85 of New Zealand's most distinguished citizens - including about a dozen with Otago connections.
Several shops in the Dunedin City Council's $34 million Wall Street mall will open for the first time today.
Stop the Stadium's missing "notice of appeal" against the Dunedin City Council's rezoning of land for the stadium has been found - at the Environment Court in Christchurch.
A confidential telephone call to Otago Regional Council chairman Stephen Cairns yesterday may have delivered the help needed to get the Otago Stadium project over another critical funding hurdle.
Carisbrook Stadium Trust chairman Malcolm Farry reiterated yesterday the stadium could be finished in time for the Rugby World Cup, due to begin in New Zealand in September 2011.
A Dunedin city councillor has suggested the amount of private funding for the new $198 million Otago Stadium has been boosted by "dummy contracts".
A dislike of going to the gym has led to a Dunedin man creating a new asset for the city's mountain biking fraternity.
Motorists driving into Dunedin's central city area on the Tuesday after Easter can expect to find a whole new world of parking experiences.
An appeal against the Dunedin City Council's plan to rezone land in Awatea St for a new stadium appears to have been lost in the post.
The Dunedin City Council has decided not to follow in Prime Minister John Key's footsteps and urge the Remuneration Authority to freeze the pay of politicians.
The project manager in charge of restoring the White House on the corner of Doon St and Portobello Rd, builder Don Milne, has resigned.
The Dunedin City Council has decided to play a part in observing Earth Hour 2009.
The Dunedin City Council is supporting a move to name part of State Highway 88 after former Port Chalmers mayor, the late Sir John Thorn.
Mosgiel Community Board chairman Barry Barbour yesterday urged the Dunedin City Council to speed up improvements to Riccarton Rd.
A quilt embroidered by Dunedin women, and designed to bring a little cheer to wounded soldiers during World War 1, has been returned to the city after 93 years.
Dunedin City Councillor and former lawyer Michael Guest has confirmed he will apply, on Monday, to have his name restored to the New Zealand Law Society's roll of legal professionals.
The Education Review Office has been asked to investigate a perceived culture of bullying within Taieri College, in Mosgiel, following several complaints from parents aired in the media.