About 200 people attended a council-organised community exhibition about managing South Dunedin’s water challenges at the weekend.
Pulling up a core sample of the earth below South Dunedin pavements is like pulling up a piece of spaghetti as long as a football field, said GNS chief scientist Dr Simon Cox.
A watery future looms for low-lying South Dunedin.
The magnitude of Grant Robertson’s challenge to bring the University of Otago out of its money woes is highlighted in a new financial report.
South Dunedin has been heralded by New Zealand’s climate watchdog as a shining example of people working together locally to tackle climate change, as the low-lying suburb gears up for more...
Kea are in desperate need of help as their numbers dwindle. Mary Williams reports on the threats to the survival of the cheeky parrots and efforts to secure their future.
A move by a charity to evict a Dunedin family from their temporary house is being fought by the family and condemned by friends as "baseless and cruel bullying".
A safe haven in Dunedin has not come with stability for a former refugee family who have bounced around different properties in a stressful quest for a home of their own. Mary Williams investigates.
An adviser from a government-funded housing charity tried to get a desperate Dunedin family to leave the city and scam their way into a social home in the North Island.
Dire warnings about dangerous driving on the road to Milford Sound preceded another death and two injuries last week.
A Fiordland tourist operator believes shifting more Milford Sound day trippers from cars on to buses would fix "90% of Milford’s problems" on the route.
Challenges attracting student pilots, including "ridiculous" delays processing foreign student visa applications, are causing a shortage and the risk of southern flight schools closing, aviation training chiefs say.
Where are University of Otago’s finances heading?
The acting vice-chancellor of the University of Otago has defended its plan to end this year with an even bigger deficit and is comfortable with the risk of deepening debt.
Soaring population growth and cost-of-living hikes have created a perfect storm for Dunedin’s homelessness crisis, requiring leadership and social housing, say community leaders.
The death of a homeless man in a makeshift encampment at Dunedin’s Kensington Oval is an "inevitable" consequence of a lack of social housing and more deaths are likely, charity campaigners warn.
There is a relentless need for Dunedin’s night shelter. Mary Williams talks to manager David McKenzie about his work at the frontline of homelessness.
Talking in plain language will be key for consulting the community, the leader of the project to make South Dunedin more resilient says.
Dunedin’s night shelter is fundraising to provide more help to more homeless people.
Mary Williams reports on Otago’s ageing irrigation dams and imminent safety regulations around them.