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...
Anyone wanting a final meal at one of Dunedin's longest-running and most popular Asian restaurants might need to book ahead.
Road spikes were successfully used to stop a 15-year old in a stolen car from Mosgiel last night, police say.
One person has been arrested after an armed police raid on an Invercargill home this morning.
Seven Dunedin bars have won their fight to stay open past midnight.
One of the last remaining student bars in Dunedin has had its alcohol licence challenged by a neighbouring landlord who says her tenants have found broken glass, vomit and urine outside their flats.
Consideration needs to be given to allowing telephone voting at the upcoming local elections, a Dunedin-based disability advocate says.
Dunedin's Pasifika community is ready to play a larger role in the city’s wellbeing and is asking for more support from the Dunedin City Council to do so.
Even a small amount of money spent on upgrading and revitalising South Dunedin's main street will go a long way in showing residents their concerns are being taken seriously, a community group says.
Shifting from a projects-based relationship with the Dunedin City Council to a permanent partnership approach needs to be resourced, Ngai Tahu says.
One of Dunedin's most popular bush walks is set to receive a temporary fix nearly two years after it was closed.
Keeping the Green Island landfill open for as long as possible will save residents and the Dunedin City Council millions of dollars, the council's former solid waste engineer says.
The community’s ambitions for Dunedin — from memorials to new bus services and climate change adaptation — were spelled out on the first day of the Dunedin City Council’s latest annual plan hearing...
Dunedin is underperforming when it comes to marketing itself and attracting visitors, despite its "stellar offerings'', a key figure in the city's tourism industry says.
Allowing freedom campers to park overnight near the centre of Dunedin seems to have paid off.
Transport, cheaper bus fares, car parking and another council are some of the hot topics among the nearly 500 public submissions made on the Dunedin City Council's annual plan.
Dunedin is on the verge of a crisis as house prices skyrocket to nearly six times the average salary, hitting those at the lower end of the economic scale the hardest.
The owners of a Dunedin farm who had their water supply abruptly cut off by a neighbour have pulled their application to connect the property to the city's water supply.
After repeatedly falling foul of alcohol licensing laws, a Dunedin bar owner will have to close his nightclub for 72 hours and forfeit his manager's certificate for 28 days.