The owners of a Dunedin mall who could soon be hunting for a new anchor tenant — after H&J Smith announced it proposed to close its large shop there — are keeping quiet about the situation.
Dunedinites could soon pay a $2 flat fare for bus trips, similar to the system introduced in Queenstown two years ago.
The economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has prompted the Dunedin City Council to put the city’s waterfront development project, including the controversial bridge, on hold.
Enjoying still waters on Otago Harbour near Vauxhall Yacht Club is paddleboarder Rod White, of Dunedin.
A trip to the South is a priority, new National Party leader Todd Muller says as he settles into his new role.
A $37million fund for Covid-19 vaccine development and manufacture is an excellent commitment by the Government to the international fight against the pandemic, a University of Otago immunologist...
Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins is encouraging retailer H&J Smith to reconsider closing the doors of its department stores.
A man who subjected his partner to a prolonged beating, pulled clumps of hair from her scalp and urinated on her bed has been released on parole.
Dunedin’s waterfront development project is on hold while the city weathers the economic impact of Covid-19, but Mayor Aaron Hawkins says "it's a delay, not a death knell".
A flock of about 75 mallard and paradise ducks avoided hunters' guns at the start of duck hunting season by finding refuge on Dunedin's North Ground over the weekend. Its long been debated if some...
The Dunedin City Council has rejected a request from two property owners to be connected to the city’s water, after their supply was affected by 1080 poison drops.
A nurse convicted of manslaughter will be allowed to practise again but under strict conditions, the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal has ruled.