Intricate work to restore the Dunedin Railway Station to its former glory is about to go to the next level.
Alert Level 1 may not be achievable for the rest of the year, University of Otago epidemiologist Prof Michael Baker says.
Art has again been used to inspire conversations about mental health — and they have been flowing in Dunedin.
Ingenuity was required by firefighters and members of the public who were determined to rescue ducklings from a North Dunedin drain.
A law firm has been appointed to review how an OBHS pupil who had travelled from Auckland during Level 4 ended up staying at the school’s boarding hostel before turning up for class.
A worker up a power pole for contracting firm Delta shuts off electricity after a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Midland and Timaru Sts, in South Dunedin, yesterday.
An electrical junction box was hit in a car crash in South Dunedin this afternoon and a contractor was called in to enable a motorist to get out safely.
A welcoming, pedestrian-friendly main shopping street for Dunedin is ‘‘finally imminent’’, Mayor Aaron Hawkins says.
The Dunedin city library’s spiritual and prayer space had only just had its official opening when the doors were closed because of Covid-19 restrictions.
Planned regional water entities may be too large and powerful and contentious water reforms may need a reset to get them back on track, Dunedin councillors may tell the Government.
A makeover of Dunedin’s main shopping street is not the only crucial element in creating a compelling destination, a draft report for the city council states.
Dozens of Otago bus drivers continue to wonder where their long-promised living wage is and they have rallied to protest against the hold-up in receiving it.
More space for pedestrians, play equipment, street furniture and bike parks could be favoured in a new-look George St, Dunedin.
Three earthquake-prone buildings in South Dunedin, including the old fire-damaged Wolfenden and Russell shop, are set to make way for a modern retail development and office space.
The high school pupil who left Auckland in Alert Level 4 to get to Dunedin is understood to be a rugby player who arrived just ahead of a big game.
Authorities are investigating how a high school pupil left locked-down Auckland and was allowed to stay a night at a Dunedin hostel, then turn up for class.
A meandering discussion about reform of drinking water, wastewater and stormwater did at least finish decisively for Dunedin’s elected members.