Lime e-scooters will be back in Dunedin streets tomorrow morning.
Up to eight helicopters and nine fire appliances are fighting multiple blazes that threaten at least one building near Waipiata in the Maniototo tonight.
Lime e-scooters are back in Dunedin, almost two weeks since they were removed because of safety concerns.
Keen gardener Anne Padman, of Dunedin, was one of many taking advantage of the Dunedin City Council's plant giveaway at Tahuna Park yesterday.
A Dunedin tavern owner says he may be forced to sell cheap alcohol late at night if his bar has to close earlier on Friday and Saturday nights.
New rules governing when and where alcohol can be sold in Dunedin could be reviewed earlier than legally required.
The trials and tribulations of restoring Dunedin's heritage is the inspiration behind a poem forged in steel and attached to a revitalised historic building.
Post-match drinks at a Dunedin sports club could be put on hold over a disagreement about who can share a beer after a game.
A Dunedin publican, who police argue is unfit to hold an alcohol licence, can now open a new bar in the centre city.
Forcing one of the last remaining student bars in Dunedin to close at midnight will undermine efforts to reduce alcohol harm, an alcohol licensing hearing was told yesterday.
Dunedin homeowners whose properties have been threatened by a landslip since last year will find out soon how much they will receive from the Earthquake Commission.
At least some of the hundreds of concertgoers refused entry to the Six60 concert in Dunedin will get refunds, after it was found their tickets were originally bought using stolen credit cards.
New pumping stations set to replace two older stations in Mosgiel - which failed to move water fast enough during the 2017 floods - have been delayed.
Plans for an e-scooter race through North Dunedin will be closely monitored by both the Dunedin City Council and police.
After an eight-month restoration, Dunedin's historic Edwardian glasshouse will reopen to the public today.
A newly formed group opposed to the demolition of a Dunedin church say church leaders need to be more open about the state of the building.
Police Commissioner Mike Bush said police are searching the Dunedin address where the man accused of murder over yesterday's terror attack lived, but had "to make it safe first".
For the past two years, Brenton Harrison Tarrant had been living an unassuming life at his home in Dunedin.