Greenpeace has not ruled out staging a public protest during the stay of its ship Rainbow Warrior in Dunedin.
Dunedin police say they are extremely disappointed with the results of the latest speed blitz on the Southern Motorway.
Road works on two major Dunedin routes could not be carried out at night and any delays would be kept to a minimum, roading authorities said.
Telecom is increasing its prices for home line rentals, and admits those in three main centres receive a cheaper rate - up to $7 a month - than everyone else.
One person's trash is said to be another person's treasure and a new waste exchange network aims to make that statement true.
Port Otago has secured a new international service, ahead of other South Island ports, bringing more cargo and work to Port Chalmers.
A decent rainfall is all that is needed to get the Deep Stream hydro extension power project up and running.
Carisbrook Stadium Trust chairman Malcolm Farry has criticised a Dunedin City Council staff report on several aspects of funding and building the proposed Awatea St stadium, saying it ‘‘creates public uncertainty and fear''
It was the shortest cruise ship visit of the season.
Fuel prices yesterday hit record highs - but one energy analyst is questioning whether prices are being driven up by speculation, rather than demand.
Air New Zealand will not confirm seats on its new flights across the Tasman from Dunedin are being set at the same pricing structure as its predecessor, Freedom Air.
Aspiring domestic airline Kiwijet may be grounded before it even takes off, if oil prices do not come down.
A project to clean up and modernise Kew Park won the top prize at the Keep Dunedin Beautiful Awards, which were presented at a function last night.
It is becoming a buyers' market in real estate, and sellers are being advised to consider any offer close to expectations.
A painting by Wakatipu Basin artist Peter Beadle, inspired by Shrek, the wild merino sheep found on Bendigo Station in 2004, has drawn bids of more than $20,000.