Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has slammed the Government's decision to waive notification of exploratory deep-sea drilling.
There is growing discontent among Macandrew Bay residents about freedom campers.
Three years ago, Justine Tindley could not replace a button on a shirt.
iD Dunedin Fashion Show audiences will be the first to see the latest collection from leading New Zealand label World on the runway.
This year's iD Dunedin Fashion Week will brings millions of dollars into the city, and generate millions more in exposure and education, organisers say.
Organisers of iD Dunedin Fashion Week are calling on designers to be involved in the event's 15th anniversary.
Krue Love expected to be seated at his first iD Dunedin Fashion Show, but instead he will be walking the southern hemisphere's longest catwalk.
An international flavour is returning to iD Dunedin Fashion Week.
An influx of freedom campers at Macandrew Bay is being closely monitored by the Dunedin City Council, as part of its review of trial camping allowances.
Dunedin Hospital staff are being praised for minimising the impact on patients of a massive IT failure, although opinion varies about how bad the effect on patients has been.
Saving fabric to save the world, Dunedin fashion designer Fiona Clements is determined to bring style to the masses without sacrificing her conscience.
Smaills Beach is again open to dogs and vehicles, following the departure of a mother sea lion and her pup.
An application to extend the outside areas of Mac's Brew Bar and Di Lusso for Orientation tomorrow night has been declined by the district licensing committee.
Dunedin pilot Craig Buist always wears his life jacket in the cockpit.
Dunedin children are the first in the South Island to learn surf safety through a national programme funded by the Government.
Mosgiel resident Alice Sinclair is making history this week, trekking with her horse Missy in the annual Goldfields Cavalcade.
Three licensed premises in Dunedin are facing police action for breaches of the new alcohol legislation.
Dunedin residents are taking more overseas trips, particularly to the United Kingdom, United States and Australia.
The children of a Dunedin man killed by one punch are pleased his death is helping to prevent similar acts of violence.
Brendon McCullum is making many people proud this week, including his former high school teacher and sports coach.