After 29 years of fighting for it, Anne Turvey has finally won her battle for a permanent library in South Dunedin.
A $4.7 million permanent site for the South Dunedin community hub has been found.
Lime e-scooters' safety record will continue to be under the microscope when they return to Dunedin streets.
Avoid Moray Pl in August. That may sound like a secret code, but it could help you dodge a parking ticket in Dunedin.
Every year it is the same story - rubbish, rubbish and more rubbish.
It took more than 40 years but on Saturday night long-time Eagles fan Glen Miller was able to tick one band off his bucket list.
Ritchies bus drivers and supporters picket the Octagon in Dunedin as part of industrial action taken by a group of drivers on Saturday morning.
Hundreds of dollars have been lost by those who collect Lime e-scooters from Dunedin's streets, as a result of the temporary safety recall.
Ginny Nelson, of Christchurch, prepares to rope the back legs in the team roping event at the Waikouaiti Rodeo on Saturday.
Fans are already taking it easy ahead of the Eagles' performance in Dunedin tonight as crowds of concert-goers, cruise ship passengers and locals mingle in city centre.
One person is in hospital after a collision between a car and a milk tanker on a Southland road early this morning.
Dunedin man Paul Mackie says he hasn't had a proper night's sleep in at least a week.
A bus driver strike today will have no impact on services around Dunedin, the bus company's manager says.
Lime e-scooters have been given the all-clear to return to Dunedin streets but fans may have to wait until next week for their next trip.
The Eagles are landing and Dunedin has the pink champagne on ice.
Dunedin's housing woes will require solutions which come in many different forms from both the private and public sectors, a forum discussing the city's housing crisis heard yesterday.
More of a can-do attitude from the Dunedin City Council will go a long way towards encouraging more inner-city development, a housing summit was told.
Public organisations are spending more than ever on getting their message out. But is the rise in ‘‘communications’’ damaging our democracy or is it just another way for the public to be informed? Tim Miller reports.
Seven Dunedin bars are set to argue why new rules forcing them to close at midnight on Friday and Saturday should not apply to them.
The construction of hundreds of new homes in Dunedin is being held up because of a single appeal on the city's second generation plan further exacerbating the housing shortage, a planner says.