Dunedinites could soon pay a $2 flat fare for bus trips, similar to the system introduced in Queenstown two years ago.
Card-holding bus users could could soon pay $2 no matter where they travel in Dunedin.
Council spending will be a strong part of Otago’s economic recovery, but ratepayers should not carry the burden, the Otago Chamber of Commerce says.
Concession fares should not just be for students and the elderly, a bus user advocacy group says.
The aviation industry is facing a grim time, but its people are helping to keep spirits alive, says a long-time Dunedin flying instructor considering landing for good.
The Otago Farmers Market looked like itself again at the weekend.
The Otago Regional Council was told its proposed funding for pest control is "insufficient" during the annual plan hearings yesterday.
The Otago Regional Council’s partnership with local iwi is a "work in progress", Otakou kaumatua Edward Ellison says.
Students should ride bus services free, the Otago Regional Council was told during annual plan hearings yesterday.
Public transport was an issue raised by many presenters during the Otago Regional Council annual plan hearing yesterday.
Richard Bowman, who had a decades-long career with the Southland Regional Council, says if landowners are making efforts to control rabbits, the Otago Regional Council should step in and help.
It will be game on for duck-shooting next weekend.
School pupils are asking people to reserve some attention for a climate crisis amid the pandemic.
Dunedin's students are being reminded to keep party guests to a minimum as thousands head back to the city.
One person was left in a serious condition after being pulled from a burning house in Port Chalmers yesterday.
Part of Dunedin’s high-profile Cadbury warehouse was turned to rubble yesterday as demolition work picked up speed.
The Government’s decision to backtrack on funeral and tangihanga restrictions has been welcomed by grieving families.
Blue Penguins Pukekura scientist Hiltrun Ratz holds up a message in a bottle which washed up on Pilots Beach.
Migrant workers in agriculture are more important than ever, farmers say.
When a bird rescue centre in South Dunedin became overrun with baby birds, Lauren Jordaan offered to take a pigeon and feed it. Six months later, Pidgey has made herself at home.