A hotel could be built at Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium as part of an ambitious development taking the South Island’s premier stadium to another level.
The most alarming lead contamination results from the testing of East Otago water probably had different causes, an exhaustive investigation has found.
Work is under way to assess what needs to be done at Karitane School to restore its drinking water.
A structural engineer advocating for a Mosgiel couple facing a large bill to fix an unconsented retaining wall is determined to keep up the pressure on the Dunedin City Council.
Water in East Otago has been declared safe to drink, but attention has turned to dangers posed by lead in tapware.
There is no pay increase for Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins, but his colleagues have received a small rise.
Building standards need to be strengthened if a national vision promoting healthy homes is to be realised, Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins says.
Children at Waikouaiti School have got used to not drinking from water fountains.
Dunedin swimmer Erika Fairweather has been left in no doubt that her school backs her.
Work on a multimillion-dollar harbour arterial route in Dunedin is expected to start in October.
Changes are planned at Dunedin’s Moana Pool after an incident that resulted in a teenager suffering suspected spinal injuries.
A reduced-capacity covered stadium in Christchurch may allow Dunedin to pitch itself as the home of the premier stadium in the South Island.
Voting has started in a by-election to find a new member of the West Harbour Community Board.
Dunedin schoolgirl and New Zealand’s youngest team member at the Tokyo Olympics, Erika Fairweather, is keeping a level head as the Games near.
A trans rights festival billed as a queer picnic party will be staged to compete with Saturday’s Speak Up For Women event in Dunedin on Saturday.
Climbing trees at Brighton Domain, near Dunedin, yesterday are (above) Sahara Tobaiwa and Bryn Little (both 5), watched by Elements Education director Kim Tenebaum, while (below) Marlon Tobaiwa (8)...
Applications to dismiss charges against a contractor for failing to operate or maintain wastewater treatment plants properly in Clutha have been rejected.
A Dunedin restaurant that admits it sold alcohol without a licence has applied for permission to do so legitimately.
A contractor accused of failing to operate or maintain sewage treatment plants properly in Clutha has asked for the case to be dismissed.
Volunteers scooped the dog poop in West Harbour in Dunedin yesterday and they collected about 30kg of it.