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.
The Dunedin City Council will spend more than $1 million on permanent road safety improvements near central city schools.
A light dusting of snow on the University of Otago's registry building lawn may have befuddled more than a few people yesterday.
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.
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.
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.