Like many ratepayers, Grant Cross was fuming after finding a rates bill in his letterbox.
Dunedin's elected officials are increasingly discussing major issues behind closed doors.
Don't sell yourself short, your country needs you. That's the message from Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to the best and brightest secondary school pupils in Otago.
Access to the records of some of Otago and Southland's earliest European settlers will be off-limits to the public for at least the next year as Dunedin's Toitu Otago Settlers Museum focuses on...
A freeze on mayoral pay rises would be unfair on those who are leading New Zealand's smaller councils, Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says.
Dunedin's only co-housing project will still contain one social housing unit, despite the rising cost of the development.
A pay rise for Dunedin's elected officials was accepted without discussion yesterday.
Rain returned to the Hocken Library yesterday.
Accusations of political manipulation and incompetence have been strongly countered during a debate on the delay of Dunedin's new district plan.
Firefighters will keep watch over the remnants of forestry-slash fire near Dipton during the next two or three days to stop any potential flare-ups.
Emergency services have been called to a car fire in Dunedin's Ross Creek area.
Five helicopters with monsoon buckets and about 30 firefighters have brought a large scrub fire near Dipton in Southland under control.
Southern councils collected almost $10 million from parking during the past year.
Southern councils all take a slightly different approach to the release of their newest citizen’s information.
A helicopter was needed to rescue two divers who found themselves in trouble on Otago Harbour on Saturday.
Emergency services attended a single vehicle crash about halfway between Clinton and Waipahi this afternoon.
A helicopter crew has rescued two people from an area of mudflats on Otago Harbour this afternoon.
Strong paint fumes led to a gas leak scare in central Dunedin this morning.
Dunedin's new district plan is facing more delays.
A demoted and apologetic Clare Curran is vowing to stay on in Parliament and continue working for the people of South Dunedin after being sacked from Cabinet.