A house in Centre Bush has burned down after a fire at the Avon Road North property this afternoon.
Ever since the demolition of Carisbrook in 2014, sports fans across the city have lamented the ignoble fate of the once hallowed grounds.
A development of 49 lots near Tomahawk Beach will help meet the city’s housing shortage, but the developer says a more comprehensive plan is needed to properly address the problem in Dunedin.
Former Otago people living in Melbourne say it was a shock to experience an earthquake in Australia.
A 60-berth motor caravan park has been mooted for the northern Dunedin coast, but the local runanga has opposed the proposal on environmental and cultural grounds.
Efforts to combat coastal erosion on Dunedin’s southern coast have gained another weapon with a second stockpile of free sand coming to St Clair.
Under-reporting of dog faeces on footpaths is hiding a widespread problem in the city, and one Dunedin City councillor says more should be done.
Despite Dunedin’s dog citizenry growing this year, the city’s pooch population is made up of very good dogs indeed, as canine crimes are trending downwards.
Heritage projects across the city have benefited from Dunedin City Council funding of $763,855 in the 2020-21 financial year.
Illicit parking swelled Dunedin’s municipal coffers by more than half a million dollars in the last financial year.
As far as birthday presents go, a Paralympic gold medal will take some beating.
It was supposed to be a place of peace, but disagreements over a proposed memorial wall at the East Taieri Cemetery kicked off skirmishes at a contentious meeting of the Mosgiel Taieri community board.
For most people, a car crashing on to your property would stick in the memory, but for one Dunedin woman the event has become so commonplace she has lost count.
Fears of stigmatising social housing tenants and the creation of ghettos were among the views presented by submitters as Kainga Ora came out in opposition to rules designed to provide more social...
New barriers to bowling over some of Dunedin’s more venerable old buildings are being considered as a part of proposed changes to the district plan.
Rapid antigen test kits are another weapon New Zealand should be using to fight Covid-19 in the opinion of one Dunedin man.
Five people have been flown to hospital by rescue helicopter after a two-vehicle crash near Herbert in North Otago this afternoon.
A piece of Dunedin’s underground art history is set to be lost forever, with a last-ditch effort under way to preserve a pair of nearly 30-year-old murals before they are gone.
Two cyclists have been struck on Dunedin's Forbury Rd in separate incidents over the past couple of evenings.
Renovating a prominent Otago Peninsula boat shed has become a retirement labour of love for one Dunedin man.