A proposal to develop a wedding venue in a historic farm shed near the Tomahawk Lagoon has drawn the ire of some residents.
A trial of new streetlights in South Dunedin has failed to impress the city's night sky proponents but residents say they are happy with the change.
Dunedin is failing to meet a massive demand for social housing and the city is already facing a shortfall of more than 600 housing units.
Admiring photographs taken by Otago Polytechnic students are commercial design student (front) Michaela Roy and Beth Dick at the opening night of the polytechnic’s design showcase Debrief, last night.
A South Dunedin rest-home evacuated twice in the past three years because of flooding is building a 2m-high block wall to prevent it happening again.
Cellphone coverage in Tomahawk/Ocean Grove is at best patchy and at worst non-existent, and the Otago Peninsula Community Board is calling on the Government to do something about it.
Since Lime e-scooters launched in Auckland and Christchurch last month, more than 300,000 individual trips have been taken on the service, and it is set to expand into Dunedin and Wellington before the end of the year.
Another accident-prone Dunedin intersection could have a roundabout installed to help improve safety.
Those with a keen eye may have noticed the clock in the Dunedin Railway Station's tower was not working for most of yesterday.
Barnes Dance trials are being proposed by NZTA for the two Albany St intersections in Cumberland and Great King Sts.
A firefighter inspects a smoke-filled room from the top of a ladder after a callout to Dunedin Hospital yesterday morning.
E-scooters could be zipping around Dunedin's streets by Christmas but not everybody is happy they are rolling into town.
Staff were evacuated from part of Dunedin Hospital this morning after smoke in a room sparked a fire call-out.
Rotary Club of Dunedin president Lisa Wilson says the senseless vandalism of a public barbecue shelter built by the club for the public to enjoy is devastating.
More than 100 supporters walk along John Wilson Ocean Dr yesterday morning as part of the annual Walk 2 D’Feet, which raises awareness of motor neurone disease.
Small changes to Dunedin’s footpaths will result in a big improvement for residents who sometimes struggle to cross the street safely.
Waikouaiti arborist Dom Ritter competes in the work climb section at the New Zealand Arboricultural Association’s Husqvarna National Tree Climbing Championship.