Pedestrians may soon be able to enjoy a car-free stroll in front of one of Dunedin's most well-known landmarks.
Riders of Lime and other e-scooters could be hit with a new voluntary speed limit on some of Dunedin's busiest streets under a new DCC proposal.
Four Dunedin taxi drivers owned nearly $100,000 in unpaid wages still do not know when they will see any of the money, despite their former bosses being found personally liable for leaving them out of pocket.
Deep beneath a South Dunedin sports field, scientists hope to find the answers to the area's geological history and discover clues to its future.
A co-founder of the Australian company behind the controversial mining proposal near Middlemarch says scientists will still be allowed to access the internationally significant fossil site.
Historical records which date back more than a century covering the history of a small Otago town have been lost by the national auditor.
A southern council could be considering a bid for government money to help fund a controversial mining proposal.
A man whose cheekbone and nose were broken during a road-rage attack just 50m from his home says he never thought he would be the victim of a violent crime in Dunedin.
The company behind the diatomite mine near Middlemarch has hit back at claims it is misleading the public about the project.
A petition to save the Foulden Maar near Middlemarch from a controversial mining project has attracted the support of more than 1300 people in less than a day.
Dunedin's mayor wants an urgent explanation from the company behind a controversial mining proposal about discrepancies between its official statements and information contained in a leaked report.
A former cabinet minister and a community board chairman will run as Labour Party candidates at the local body elections later this year.
Pressure is mounting on the Government to save an internationally significant fossil site near Middlemarch from being consumed by a proposed multimillion-dollar diatomite mine.
More than $16,000 worth of tools have been stolen from new-building sites in Mosgiel since the start of the month prompting police to again remind tradies to secure their property.
The wreckage of a helicopter which plunged into the Southern Ocean last month with three crew members aboard will be retrieved from the ocean floor, but investigators say it is unlikely to reveal...