Dunedin's playgrounds are nearly halfway through a million-dollar upgrade but it's too early to say if the city will be getting a new jungle-gym.
Lights, snow, action.
A Dunedin man has described the fearful moment he rushed his young family inside after seeing a man carrying what appeared to be a gun striding up a quiet suburban street.
Police are looking for a group of men after one was seen carrying what was thought to be a gun during a fight in a North East Valley street.
Dunedin could become the latest city to declare a climate emergency.
Beyond a joke - that is how one Otago Harbour resident describes her experience making a complaint about noise coming from Port Otago.
A crowdfunding campaign is one option being mulled by the group behind the movement to save Foulden Maar, as attention shifts to securing the paleontological site in public ownership.
Scaffolders remove a gantry from the historic S.F. Auburn building in Princes St yesterday, as part of the ongoing restoration work on the building which was gutted by a fire.
The arrival of a Hollywood production company in Dunedin is the first sign the city's film industry is entering a new phase, the city's film co-ordinator says.
The University of Otago and its students will star in a Hollywood horror film which is set to start filming next week.
Dunedin and the city's University of Otago are set to feature in a new Hollywood horror film.
A Dunedin engineer campaigning to save the Highgate Presbyterian church from demolition says it would cost less than $10,000 to fully strengthen the nearly 100-year-old building.
The trust behind a planned Dunedin memorial honouring conscientious objectors is seeking public support.
A series of public meetings will highlight the international significance of the Foulden Maar fossil field and why so many scientists are campaigning to save it.
One person is being treated for moderate injuries after a traffic incident in South Dunedin this morning.
The Dunedin City Council is now formally opposed to the expansion of a controversial mining project near Middlemarch.
Robert Scott says he would laugh if the matter wasn't serious.
A Dunedin nightclub will have to shut for 48 hours this weekend after allowing a patron to become intoxicated earlier this year.
A large silencer may be the answer to stopping the shipping noise keeping many Otago Harbour residents awake.
It is inevitable thousands of new species of fossil will be lost forever if a controversial mining plan near Middlemarch goes ahead at the scale proposed, a group representing geosciences in New Zealand says.