International tourism has received a tepid response from Dunedin residents in a survey on tourism views commissioned by Enterprise Dunedin.
Emailed threats did not dissuade the Dunedin City Council from a decision to introduce Maori members to key standing committees at a meeting yesterday.
Emailed threats have not dissuaded the Dunedin City Council from overwhelmingly voting to bolster Maori representation around the council table.
Southern politicians are concerned the thousands in savings promised for ratepayers from a massive water reform programme revealed this morning will disappear if Christchurch pulls out.
The problem of prodigious amounts of dog faeces along the West Harbour walkway was highlighted when a St Leonards family counted more than 200 deposits during a weekend walk.
Otago museum will wear its love for the Matariki holiday on its sleeve with a public projection across the museum’s facade planned for this weekend.
Baldwin St has proven no match for an electric unicycle after the completion of a successful ascent by a one-wheeled vehicle.
Petrol powered vehicles were blocked from a St Clair car park as a climate change protest became heated yesterday.
Otago Museum has gone to the birds as the institution handed out its annual photography awards on Saturday.
Bonds of friendship forged during the Korean War were remembered at a lunch to honour veterans in Mosgiel on Saturday.
Enthralled crowds were transported to a magical moonlit garden as the Dunedin Midwinter Carnival put on its biggest show yet at the weekend.
Enthralled crowds were transported to a magical moonlit garden as the Dunedin Midwinter Carnival put on its biggest show ever.
A set of moa bones due to be auctioned in Dunedin this Sunday could be one of the last sold in the country if a law change is successful.
A Dunedin church will be leading the charge as churches and bell towers around the world mark the 200th birthday of an invention that revolutionised bellringing.
Matariki is strengthening the bonds between three rural schools as Lee Stream School hosted a fun day to learn about Maori new year.
Dunedin's quality of life is the key to attracting more people to work in the city.
Suspected possums on the roof turned out to be something more severe, when a garage collapsed in Opoho yesterday morning.
Dunedin needs an immigration office to handle international students’ Covid-related issues, a Dunedin city councillor says.
It is checkmate for the Octagon chess board as it is sacrificed for a new piece of public art.
Allanton would double in size with up to 392 houses being built if a proposed rezoning of land southwest of Dunedin goes ahead.