A fur seal coat made in the 1940s could soon be displayed at the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum, but permission will first need to be granted by the Department of Conservation.
Former Dunedin mayor Dave Cull has been acclaimed as an industrious leader, a wholehearted city servant and a fun-loving family man.
Former Dunedin mayor Dave Cull was a fun-loving family man and industrious leader, mourners have been told at his funeral.
Slippery slides and watery trenches were just two of the obstacles faced by entrants in the Mud, Sweat and Tears challenge near Mosgiel.
Concentrated efforts on clearing vegetation near power lines is expected to result in Aurora Energy needing to spend less money on such maintenance in future.
Proposed changes to Dunedin’s kerbside rubbish and recycling collection service and the possible development of a mid-sized theatre are two of the talking points from a draft 10-year spending plan.
The funeral of former Dunedin mayor Dave Cull will be held at the Dunedin Town Hall on Monday.
A ratepayers’ lobby group in Dunedin has appointed a committee, but it is not ready to start lobbying.
Owners of apartments in central Dunedin say it was irresponsible of the city council to allow a live music venue to be set up next door without requiring sound mitigation.
Former Dunedin mayor Dave Cull is being remembered as an articulate advocate for the city, an inclusive leader and a man who confronted challenges with assurance.
The case can now be made to restore local government vitality with renewed purpose, Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins says.
A temporary solution to parking problems in a narrow Dunedin street may well become permanent.
Just a few months on from facing significant health challenges, Judith de Mabasa Mitchell is in a happier place.
The loss of local decision-making about health services could lead to people marching in the streets, Dunedin list MP Michael Woodhouse has warned.
The planned new Dunedin Hospital has been designed with the future in mind and a health sector shake-up does not change that, Health Minister Andrew Little says.
Waikouaiti Coast residents unimpressed by a maintenance proposal for Seacliff’s Truby King Reserve say local knowledge and skills have been disregarded.
Ground markings at the former Seacliff asylum could be used to help get across the significance of the main hospital building that once stood there.
The health response to lead contamination of East Otago water supplies has been deemed timely and appropriate, but a review has highlighted communication problems were a hindrance.
A review into the health response to lead contamination of East Otago water supplies has found warnings to the affected communities were issued at the right time.
Demolition work has been halted at the site of a former Dunedin bookshop because the developer should have a building consent.