A Calton Hill road was closed for a short time following a two-vehicle crash this afternoon.
A pair of Environmental Justice Otepoti members battled to get their protest against phosphate carrier Federal Crimson under way as the vessel neared Ravensbourne wharf yesterday.
More than 60 years after the last locally-made steam locomotive rolled out of Hillside workshop, a Christchurch firm wants to wind the clock back and return steam power to Dunedin’s railways.
Arts and culture provide key alternative views in a world where the ‘‘whole system needs to change’’, retired arts festival director Carla van Zon says.
Georgia Jaques (22), of Hawke’s Bay, knew she was going to have a great graduation yesterday when she went into Dunedin cafe, Morning Magpie, with her reusable coffee cup and got a free coffee.
A series of meetings in Otago informing the public of what Fire and Emergency New Zealand local area committees would look like have painted a promising picture.
Work has begun to repair a slip at Turnbulls Bay, so construction of the multimillion-dollar Otago Peninsula cycling and walking connection can continue.
All Southern District Health Board senior medical and dental officers have been warned to maintain ‘‘scrupulous adherence’’ to the boundaries between their private and public work.
Hundreds of graduands and supporters move along George St, Dunedin, before graduating from the University of Otago yesterday.
As the debate about future uses of the Octagon heats up, DPAG curatorial intern Milly Mitchell-Anyon’s look at how it became the heart of Dunedin is a timely reminder of the changing nature and function of the site.
Senior Southern DHB medical staff have ‘‘seething anger’’ over the conduct and performance of the organisation’s management - and their organisation is at ‘‘teetering point’’, a veteran health unionist says.
The Ovation of the Seas' visit to Dunedin has been cancelled after almost 40 of its passengers were caught up in the tragic volcanic eruption on Whakaari/White Island on Monday.
A Dunedin student who tried to import more than $30,000 of ecstasy to his scarfie flat said he did it to make “easy money”.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis is vowing to continue using his ‘‘loud’’ voice despite being censured by his colleagues for aggressive behaviour towards a Dunedin City Council staff member.
A proposal for a trial closure of the Octagon will be reviewed following a tight vote by Dunedin city councillors.