Professional surfer Shayne Baxter, with his surfboard strapped to his bike, rides back to St Clair in Dunedin after making the most of the huge swell off Whareakeake Beach yesterday.
Government officials walk around the Steamer Basin with representatives from the Dunedin waterfront partners yesterday as part of a visit ahead of the Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) considering an...
Ways of encouraging residential development in Dunedin's centre city will be explored as one of the solutions to a predicted housing shortage.
Dunedin's new bylaw banning vehicles from the city's beaches has been described as a work in progress.
When you name two of your children after Elton John ballads it is almost inevitable you will be up before dawn to guarantee a place to see him live, possibly for the last time.
Nearly 50 trees on the Otago Peninsula will be cut down to make way for the multimillion-dollar peninsula connection project.
A man was taken to Dunedin Hospital after the digger he was operating hit an electric fence near Henley yesterday.
Mosgiel's memorial garden will not be the site of the town's new multimillion-dollar pool, but exactly where it will go is still to be decided.
A return to the old days of community board funding could cause resentment and affect the relationship between boards and local councils, a Dunedin city councillor says.
It is hard to hide your true colours when you are running around waving a large Bangladeshi flag in front of a crowd of New Zealand cricket supporters. It is even harder when you are also wearing a...
Dunedin will be Lime scooter-free for at least another day while the company strives to bring its safety up to scratch.
A housing summit will be held in Dunedin as the city's property market creaks under the pressure of population growth and increasing costs.
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.