A dispute over the sacking of the man tasked with co-ordinating the refurbishment of Balclutha's War Memorial Hall does not reflect well on anybody, a High Court judge says.
A vote to approve the location of Mosgiel's new pool has been delayed as the Dunedin City Council seeks more information.
Dunedin's new mobile trading bylaw will cover everything from buskers to e-scooter companies and even future drone delivery services.
A new survey of central city parking supply and demand in Dunedin will add some much-needed facts to the debate about the city's parking situation, councillors say.
Almost two years to the day after the historic bridge near Sutton was destroyed by a raging river, its replacement has been officially opened.
A house fire in Dunedin which is thought to have started in a bedroom has been extinguished this afternoon.
Two months out from the start of the Rugby World Cup, rural fans are being encouraged to sort their internet connection before it is too late.
A chance encounter with a curious miniature horse has landed a Central Otago teenager a top prize at a wildlife photography competition.
A block of Dunedin's main street will be lit up next week as part of a trial allowing residents to experience what the area may look and feel like in the future.
Most Baldwin St residents reacted positively to the news their street was no longer the world's steepest, but not everyone is happy to see the title gone.
The man behind the Welsh challenge that took the title of the world's steepest street from Baldwin St is sorry for taking the record but measurements are measurements.
The Otago Polytechnic should know before the end of the year if it has been chosen as a regional centre of expertise.
Up to 200 Dunedin parking spaces will be unavailable for two months when work starts on the latest link in the city's cycle network.
Next week the unthinkable could happen. For more than 30 years Dunedin has basked in the glory of being home to the world’s steepest street but the title is now in jeopardy.
Thousands of tonnes of a potentially dangerous chemical - which last year came close to causing an environmental disaster - will finally be removed from the former Mataura paper mill.
The exact details remain unclear but moves are being made behind the scenes for Queenstown to cash in on a slice of the billion-dollar The Lord of the Rings television series.
An investigation is under way after an arborist was injured by a falling branch while working at a Dunedin golf club yesterday.