Demanding better pay and conditions for midwives at a lunchtime picket in the Octagon yesterday are (from left) Michelle Archer, Honor (4) and Carrie van Rij and Louise Bell.
Fire crews were called out and a clean-up needed after after sprinkler was accidentally set off at a central city hotel yesterday.
A Brighton couple have been left distraught and in tears after hours of toil were ruined by a brazen theft during the middle of the night.
Dunedin's inner-city commuters will be encouraged to travel to work together as a way of adapting to some of the major changes to parking in the city.
Almost as soon as it appeared, a phantom bus stop painted outside a Dunedin retirement home was gone.
New cycle lanes and walkways encourage people to ditch their cars and cut carbon emissions in a surprisingly short amount of time, a new study shows.
Dunedin cyclist Tony Evans struggles to ride over rock and soil debris left after heavy rain and flooding caused a bank to give way and slip on to the shared walking and cycle path between...
They are coming — but exactly when Lime e-scooters will reach Dunedin’s streets is still unknown.
The man behind the restoration of a historic inner-city Art Deco building in Dunedin wants to bring a deteriorating building in Port Chalmers back to life.
An abandoned and deteriorating former Dunedin hospital needs to be demolished before it starts damaging surrounding homes, residents say.
Distracted drivers, speeding motorists and even one of their own have left Dunedin police highly disappointed this week.
All-day free parking is set to be taken away from parts of central Dunedin early next year, leaving commuters unimpressed but some business owners smiling.
Dunedin police have been left highly disappointed by the actions of motorists in the city - including one of their own.
Three youths were caught in the University area trying to break into cars last night.
Pregnant with her fifth pup, Joy the sea lion has a snooze at St Kilda Beach, and Doc is reminding people who encounter the marine mammals to give them a bit of space.
Dunedin women should elect more female councillors if they want the city run in a way that suits them, Dunedin City Council chief executive Sue Bidrose said.
A proposal to develop a wedding venue in a historic farm shed near the Tomahawk Lagoon has drawn the ire of some residents.
A trial of new streetlights in South Dunedin has failed to impress the city's night sky proponents but residents say they are happy with the change.
Dunedin is failing to meet a massive demand for social housing and the city is already facing a shortfall of more than 600 housing units.
Admiring photographs taken by Otago Polytechnic students are commercial design student (front) Michaela Roy and Beth Dick at the opening night of the polytechnic’s design showcase Debrief, last night.