More than $400 million worth of building work was consented in Dunedin last year, further evidence of a construction boom in the city.
Skilled workers who shifted to Christchurch are returning to Otago as construction work booms in the region.
The Dunedin City Council's proposed new development rules could put people at risk in the event of an oil terminal explosion, oil companies say.
Dunedin is on track for the second-coldest January on record, but Niwa says it is too early to write off summer just yet.
The University of Otago’s $28 million data network upgrade is running years behind schedule and millions of dollars over budget.
A Dunedin scientist who played a major role in Britain winning World War 1 and was a pioneer in his field is finally getting some much deserved recognition.
After some early teething problems a Dunedin games studio with global ambitions is set to expand again this year.
Strong winds played havoc with Aurora Energy’s aged network yesterday and cut electricity to more than 2000 customers across Otago.
Call this summer? Snow has fallen at The Remarkables in Queenstown as the weather bomb hits Otago, cutting power, flooding roads and leaving a trail of damage in its wake.
Dunedin's historic courthouse is once again a hive of activity, as contractors work long into the night as part of a $20million restoration and upgrade.
The woman who runs New Zealand's largest rose nursery says there is hope many of the sprayed roses in Dunedin's Northern Cemetery can be saved.
The former director of Aurora Energy's $30 million accelerated pole replacement programme says it is doomed to fail and believes the company faces a billion-dollar spend to upgrade its network.
Returning an internationally significant rose garden at Dunedin's Northern Cemetery to its former glory will be a ''huge job'' and likely take six years.
A series of clues left by an anonymous benefactor had hundreds of people searching for cash hidden in a secret Dunedin location.
Dunedin has lost its place to Tauranga as New Zealand's fifth-largest city, but Dunedin's defenders say size isn't everything.
An Irish sailor who came to Dunedin down in the dumps has left hoping to return after more than 100 people turned out to farewell him.
A police pursuit which started in the Dunedin suburb of Caversham early this morning was abandoned after the fleeing car reached dangerous speeds.