Southern councils say there are no privacy issues with a nationwide programme which will test residential wastewater for illicit drugs.
Promoters are predicting another sellout after Eagles fans snapped up early tickets to the band's Dunedin concert.
Two Dunedin homes have been broken into this week but burglars only took loose change and CDs.
More than a year after sections of his backyard collapsed down a 3m bank a Dunedin property owner is still waiting for it to be fixed.
Two young boys are being praised for their part in alerting emergency services to a seriously injured man on a Dunedin beach yesterday.
Renovations mean the food court in Dunedin’s Golden Centre Mall will be closed until early next year.
A man has been taken to Dunedin Hospital in a serious condition after falling from a horse and nearly drowning this afternoon at Ocean View.
A holiday park owner is "struggling" to understand why the DCC is planning an inner-city freedom camping site, saying it could cost him $100 a night.
The NZ Transport Agency has been told to hurry up and reduce the speed limit in Port Chalmers’ main road.
And then there was one. One of Dunedin’s last two DVD rental stores is calling it quits.
It took less than a day for fans of the Eagles to almost book out Dunedin.
Significant work needs to be undertaken on the roof of Dunedin's historic former prison.
A car lies on its roof metres away from the cold waters of the Otago Harbour after crash earlier this evening.
Two cranes carefully lift a 40m steel section of the new shared cycle-pedestrian bridge over the Water of Leith into place yesterday afternoon.
The celebration of Dunedin's heritage does not need to be confined to handful of areas, the city's new heritage adviser says.
The next stage of the multimillion-dollar upgrade of Dunedin's warehouse precinct - an upgrade of the Vogel St abutment - will start next week.
Easter Sunday shopping in Dunedin is no more, leaving unions happy but businesses disappointed.
Build the bridge then worry about its history later.
Dunedin's mountain bikers are annoyed at the possibility of sharing their new base with freedom campers this summer.
A new inner-city site is just one way the Dunedin City Council hopes to manage the thousands of freedom campers expected to converge on the city this summer.