A Fairfield man says it is absurd the city council allowed a cycling event to be held at a park over the weekend, turning parts of it into a bog.
Dunedin shoppers spent more than $150million online last year as the comfort and ease of sitting on your couch becomes more alluring than spending time browsing the aisles.
After a weekend of wild weather, southerners are being told to brace for another cold blast bringing snow to low levels from today.
The forced closure of a South Dunedin bar is an attack on its patrons, the publican says.
Quick thinking by two men on their way to work saved a Dunedin house from being engulfed by fire yesterday morning.
Plans to divert wastewater into the Kaikorai Stream will have an environmental impact but are outweighed by the benefits to human health and wellbeing, a city council manager says.
The DCC says a short-term solution to help prevent flooding in South Dunedin could be in place by next winter, but warns ''it will have an impact on the environment''.
A new bylaw banning motor vehicles from all Dunedin beaches has come into force but for now the Dunedin City Council is taking a soft approach on enforcement.
More sites for freedom campers in Dunedin are being planned as budget tourists flock to the city in record numbers.
There is more money in parking cars than running a bar, a man associated with a former Dunedin nightclub says.
A memorial dedicated to New Zealand's best-known pacifist will go ahead after years of delays and setbacks.
Mosgiel residents left without any water at the weekend are angry at a lack of communication from the city council.
Motorists negotiate the new roundabout at the intersection of Main South Rd and Westland St in Green Island.
The Dunedin City Council has signed off on its ''ambitious'' $850million plan for the next 10 years.
An investigation has been launched into how a wallaby - a noxious pest - ended up on the outskirts of Dunedin hundreds of kilometres away from any established population.
A South Dunedin bar with a chequered past is in trouble again.
Dunedin was certainly taken notice of during a world creative cities event in Poland earlier this month, the mayor says.
Rugby fans may have left Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday night with a smile on their faces but they also left a few smiles on the faces of Dunedin’s bar and restaurant owners too.
At least half those working in Dunedin on Easter Sunday this year say they felt pressured to do so by their bosses, a survey indicates.
When Amelia Seales woke about 4.30am yesterday she knew something was not right.