The plastic used to fully enclose the former Albany St recording studios in a negative pressure tent while asbestos was being removed is now itself being removed.
Bruce Suszko, Merv Gilkinson, Brian Coutts and Tim Rutherford, all of Dunedin, attended the Burns Night dinner at Toitu Otago Settlers’ Museum.
Funding options for a new kerbside rubbish and recycling scheme will be decided by the Dunedin City Council this week.
A government announcement promising up to 250 new public housing units in the South is being welcomed as demand in some areas reaches critical levels.
Southern health officials met yesterday to ensure the region’s Covid-19 defences were at the ready following the confirmation of New Zealand’s first community case of the disease in two months.
Sustainability work happening across the province is being mapped by five Dunedin-based students for Otago’s Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) for Sustainability.
Scaffolding has started to come down on the University of Otago’s Plaza Building, signalling the end of a future-proofing project that began in September last year.
Brent James Tiddy did doughnuts on a playcentre’s field, drove 30m along a footpath and took police on a two-minute chase — but the worst was yet to come.
A Dunedin woman whose marriage to an alleged bigamist has now been annulled says time will never heal her pain.
The Dunedin City Council said yesterday its Green Island wastewater treatment plant was compliant with all discharge quality limits.
Student numbers are up more than 10% at the latest University of Otago Summer School, and distance-taught numbers are up about 50%.
The facade of Dunedin’s historic Central Fire Station, long masked by buildings across the road on St Andrew St, can now be seen in all its glory thanks to the demolition programme being carried...
A man took police on a perilous high-speed chase through Dunedin because of an "unusual" affection for his car, his lawyer says.
Bold and beautiful lilies brought a colourful summer feel to Dunedin’s Forbury Park Raceway at the weekend.
Marlow Park in the Dunedin suburb of St Kilda was filled on Saturday for Dunedin police’s annual Whanau Fun Day, designed to flatten the curve of family harm incidents police attend at this time of...
Projects have been delayed or cancelled and services are managing bottlenecks of patients as the Southern District Health Board copes with the ongoing impact of Covid-19.