Reports of a person wielding a knife on Princes St this morning has prompted a police response.
Who will pay the cost of reducing Dunedin’s carbon emissions was the source of a lengthy debate among city councillors yesterday.
The future of Dunedin’s waterfront bridge will be decided next year after a review is carried out by Dunedin City Council staff.
A 28-year-old woman was killed and two others were injured in a crash on State Highway 8 in Roxburgh yesterday.
A $350,000 redevelopment of the bike skills track at Dunedin’s Marlow Park could be complete next June.
Even after more than 35 years of taking part in the Bronz toy run, the novelty has not worn off for Dunedin man John Bartlett.
One person has died after a crash on State Highway 8 in Roxburgh this afternoon.
A new office building in central Dunedin has been welcomed as a significant economic boost for the city, but small businesses in the area are concerned about the loss of car parks.
A Dunedin car park will soon make way for the site of the Accident Compensation Corporation's new office building.
A drunk Dunedin father who instructed his nine-year-old son to drive him to the bottle store will not be charged.
Dunedin police are investigating after a 26-year-old woman was assaulted in the Octagon last night.
There was heartbreak and optimism in Dunedin after the news yesterday’s University of Otago graduation capping ceremony was cancelled moments before it was meant to start.
"Parklets" used in a centre city trial last year will soon find new homes in other parts of Dunedin.
Two people sustained minor injuries after a car rolled at Henley, near Dunedin, this morning.
The Dunedin City Council’s multimillion-dollar Waipori Fund appears to have weathered the Covid-19 storm, recording a 2.8% profit in the last quarter.
About 300 litres of diesel leaked from a tank in Green Island yesterday before it was contained.
Firefighters say they have contained a diesel spill in Green Island.
At 5pm each night, Alan Richards hosts his own happy hour.
Christmas has come early for hundreds of ticket holders left out of pocket by failed company Ticket Rocket.
One Dunedin woman has been marching in step for nearly 45 years.