A cosy home in time for Christmas is on the cards for residents at the Dunedin City Council’s Palmyra community housing complex.
It was an emotional moment for artist Ayesha Green when the covers came off her Ko te Tuhono sculpture in the Octagon.
Temporary art installations are set to turn Dunedin’s George St into a pedestrian destination during its upgrade project excavations and renovations next year.
Millions of eyeballs from around the world will cast their gaze towards Dunedin in 2023 after the southern city was selected to host six games at the Fifa Women’s World Cup.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis says his ability to fulfil his duties will be severely impacted by the decision to bar the unvaccinated from council properties.
A boom in building consent applications has Dunedin City Council staff scrambling to meet required processing deadlines.
While drive-through meals may be a guilty pleasure, a drive-through being set up at Forsyth Barr Stadium next week will rest easier on your conscience.
Work is progressing on a plan to protect Dunedin’s live music industry, but further funding will be required to put it into action.
The 2022 Dunedin Masters Games have received a green light for now, but ratepayers may be on the hook for $160,000 should the light turn red later.
The end of another Covid-19 afflicted year is set to pass with a whimper rather than a bang after the cancellation of the public New Year’s Eve celebration in the Octagon.
The Dunedin City Council is not resting on its laurels when it comes to donating food to the city’s foodbanks.
Otago Daily Times cartoonist Shaun Yeo said he was annoyed and upset that a cartoon created to mourn the Christchurch mosque attacks has been hijacked for an anti-vaccination message.
A 6-year-old boy received severe injuries to his upper body and face in an attack by three pig dogs at a rural Manapouri property on Friday night.
A six-year-old boy is in an induced coma with severe injuries to his upper body and face after an attack by three pig dogs at a rural Manapouri property.
Tour guide Gregor Campbell takes a group of local history buffs on a tour of Dunedin’s Northern Cemetery as part of the Otepoti Dunedin Heritage Festival yesterday morning.
Farmers flocked to the centre of Dunedin yesterday afternoon for the latest rural protest organised by the Groundswell advocacy group.
Petticoats, petit fours and prizes were all on the menu at a vintage-themed afternoon tea in Hanover Hall yesterday afternoon.
Two men have been arrested in relation to a pair of robberies in South Dunedin last weekend, one after a dramatic pursuit in the city today.
More than 100 apartments and businesses are coming to Dunedin’s harbour district, according to new plans for the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile building in Thomas Burns St.
The Mayfair Theatre is to receive thousands of dollars in Dunedin City Council funding towards its wage bill, despite concerns about whether it is eligible to access the funds.