An electric bus will be tested on Dunedin’s terrain and could herald the introduction of an electric fleet.
Hopes of an imminent return to Covid-19 Alert Level 1 in the South have been dashed after the Government revealed it was wary of easing up on precautions while Auckland remained in lockdown.
Material shared by a Dunedin councillor about Covid-19 vaccines is ‘‘pure conspiracy theory’’ and an alternative remedy he explored is potentially harmful or useless, an Otago immunologist says.
The Edgar family has offered a $50,000 lifeline to keep the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame open in Dunedin while discussions about its long-term future continue.
Construction works for Dunedin’s multimillion-dollar central city upgrade could start next month, before the final design for the main street has been settled.
A tool used by Transpower to forecast how much power is needed to keep the nation’s lights on should no longer be patched up, the company has concluded.
The Edgar family is calling for fresh discussions about short-term funding for the beleaguered New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame and is shocked by the Dunedin City Council’s lack of communication.
Homes on quarter-acre sections may no longer be within reach for many buyers in the Dunedin market but new, low-maintenance, warm townhouses could be.
Up to five people from the company that caters for Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin could lose their jobs.
A chance to create a spectacular sports hall of fame in Dunedin is in peril after a ‘‘mind-bogglingly stupid’’ decision by councillors to reject a funding top-up.
Dunedin's growth should not be thwarted by overly restrictive regional planning, city councillors say.
Anne Turvey was renowned as a formidable advocate for a South Dunedin library and, although it did not become a physical reality in her lifetime, she witnessed substantial progress.
The signs look positive for an easing of Covid-19 restrictions in the South, but the shape of Alert Level 2 is likely to be tweaked.
Development of an upmarket subdivision in Brighton, Dunedin, has stalled and people who signed up to buy sections have had their deposits returned.
The call to build a hotel and car park at Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, has attracted ‘‘a robust level of interest’’.
The stress of riding the emotional rollercoaster of Covid-19 is being compounded by uncertainty about New Zealand’s recovery plan, Queenstown tourism operators say.
Ducks waddling in a Dunedin suburb often have a devoted human companion shepherding them along the footpath and across the road.