Competition for parking spaces has led to Dunedin residents heading to work earlier and even avoiding some areas all together.
Staff from the Dunedin City Council and New Zealand Post have met to discuss how they can work together following closure of the South Dunedin post shop.
Dunedin Botanic Garden staff have started the delicate process of removing more than 900 plants from the winter garden glasshouse to make way for a total refurbishment.
Plans for a hole-in-one golf challenge on Otago Harbour have hit a snag after a group made up of nearby residents and businesses appealed its consent.
A Dunedin funeral home is now offering a choice of hearse for those who want the roar of a engine to accompany them on their last ride.
A Dunedin quarry hopes it has found a solution to the mess its trucks have been leaving on a city road.
Celebrating Matariki are Warrington School pupils (from left) Leilani Turoa (8), Ella Buchanan (10) and Annie Boyle (10) in Warrington last night.
The ''significant'' reduction in the number of parking spaces outside the Otago Museum is starting to affect visitors, the museum's director says.
After more than 130 years and four generations of family ownership, Dunedin funeral directors Hope and Sons is going into Australian hands.
Demand for community housing in Dunedin, already at record levels, is set to increase as the city council starts to upgrade some of its social housing stock.
Is it a boat or is it a house - a government department now has to decide.
Recycling bins around Dunedin will be checked from today to make sure residents are doing the right thing and recycling correctly.
It could be said there is a thin line between bravery and lunacy — yesterday, that line could have been the tidal mark at St Clair Beach.
Racing out of the cold water after taking part in the Polar Plunge at St Clair Beach yesterday are (from left) Shinae Stanley, Jemma Wilson and Grace Cotter (all 14).
A flood of complaints immediately following the introduction of Dunedin city water to Mosgiel’s water supply last year has slowed to a trickle.
The man ousted from the redevelopment of the Balclutha War Memorial Hall says the reasons for his sacking are deliberately being kept from him and the public eye by the Clutha District Council.
Sections of the Building Act could be used to protect Dunedin's at-risk heritage buildings from demolition by neglect.
Sensors in two Dunedin streets will help inform the city council on any changes it makes to improve parking in the city.
Organisers of the New Zealand Masters Games in Dunedin say the event is moving in the right direction despite only a minimal increase in participants this year.
The state of the roads and footpaths in Ravensbourne has been labelled a disgrace by a community board member.