The next stage of the multimillion-dollar upgrade of Dunedin’s warehouse precinct will get under way before the end of the year.
When Trevor Griffin spotted a piece of wood sticking out of the sand near the banks of the Taieri River he knew it was something special.
A significant piece of Maori history in Otago may have been sitting in plain sight for years.
The Dunedin businessman behind an intensive dairy conversion in the Mackenzie Basin says protests against the plan have come too late.
Protesters tried to storm the office of a Dunedin accountant this afternoon demanding he stop his plans for a large dairy farm development in the Mackenzie Basin.
A nationwide ban on single-use plastic bags is unlikely to affect Dunedin's black plastic rubbish bags.
Dunedin could still achieve dark-sky status despite the installation of 3000-Kelvin LED streetlights across the city, Dunedin city councillors were told yesterday.
Possible changes to Dunedin’s electricity fund could benefit the city’s residents most in need.
Morgan Walker pushed herself to the limits during the Clang ’n’ Bang CrossFit competition in Dunedin at the weekend.
Questions are being asked about how long it took the Dunedin City Council to act on advice about missing items from the Dunedin Chinese Garden.
Sofia Johnston (left), of St Hilda’s Collegiate School, and Zara Geddes, of Dunedin North Intermediate, compete in the 2018 Otago and Southland regional aerobics competition at the weekend.
Arthur St School pupils Kaedyn Trow (9, left) and Nikau McNeilly (10) plant a coprosma in Woodhaugh Gardens yesterday morning during the Project Gold tree-planting event.
A 40-year-old woman suffered serious head injuries after falling off her bike in Timaru last night.
The Clutha Licensing Trust is planning to sell its pubs and liquor store as part of move to a community trust model.
First it was a boat, then it was a house; now it just might float.
Dunedin's love affair with man's best friend continues to grow.
Planning is under way as Mosgiel's long-awaited new pool moves another a step closer.
A Dunedin couple were among the thousands of tourists caught up in the confusion and panic as they waited to be evacuated from a small island near the coast of Lombok.
Dunedin retailers still want the choice to open their doors on Easter Sunday.
A critic of the way the Dunedin City Council has handled the former Sims Engineering building in Port Chalmers says more needs to done to protect the historic building while a use is found.