A decision to keep the popular one-way traffic system through central Dunedin is being fought by the city council.
A plan to sell Dunedin rail heritage assets has shocked a city councillor and blindsided an Otago trains trust.
Employing security staff to check Covid-19 vaccine passes at Dunedin City Council sites has cost more than $20,000.
Anguish extended into another day for people desperate to hear their family members in disaster-afflicted Tonga are safe.
The Tongan volcano that erupted on Saturday showed signs of activity in 2015, but nothing that suggested a large eruption was coming, an Otago scientist says.
A sexual predator who attacked a schoolgirl and five women in Dunedin, Canterbury and the West Coast has been denied parole.
University of Otago volcanologist Dr Marco Brenna has been to the area of Tonga that is now the focus of world attention and concern.
Transport advocates are calling on the Government to be up front about its agenda for speed limits on state highways.
The ways buses could be given priority over other vehicles in Dunedin’s Princes St will be considered in the coming months.
Elected officials from both the Dunedin City and Otago Regional Councils say they should work harder to be synchronised about crucial concerns such as public transport.
Dunedin is out of the running for any new facility designed for harness racing, the Forbury Park Trotting Club has been told.
A nightmare trip across the Tasman to visit her critically ill father has been made even more stressful for an Otago health worker and her family after rule changes blocked a flight home.
Road closures paving the way for a makeover of Dunedin’s main shopping street will soon affect the central city.
Southerners have queued to roll up their sleeves for a third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, as the threat of Omicron looms.
Murray Pitts was introduced to the sport of curling through watching his daughter Rachael play it.
What to do about water was one prominent theme for the DCC in 2021. Council reporter Grant Miller reflects on a year that included a lead contamination scare, adoption of an ambitious 10-year plan and a councillor getting trespassed.
Grant Miller takes a side trip from Outram in the second of our five road trips around the region.
All hurdles appear to have been cleared to allow a group of Otago bus drivers to get their living wage at last, just ahead of Christmas.
A search for a new home for the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame has been narrowed down to one location outside of Dunedin.
The seat of Cr Lee Vandervis was empty at this week’s Dunedin City Council meeting and no apology was put to the meeting.