Smiths City has now opened its Meridian Mall site.
Parking opportunists are angering cyclists, after five cars took advantage of the temporary removal of cycle lane separators.
Advance NZ co-leader Billy Te Kahika Jr was spoken to by police for incorrectly wearing a mask on a flight from Wellington to Dunedin.
Covid-19 academics may be respected, but experts who warn of dangers associated with alcohol are pooh-poohed, University of Otago vice-chancellor Harlene Hayne says.
The Southern District Health Board is calling for extensive parking options on the edge of Dunedin’s central city to be included as part of an overhaul of the city’s transport system.
A single duckling stops for a breather while out with its mother at the Dunedin Botanic Garden on Thursday.
It took a fair while and followed protests and petitions, but a change in the speed limit is on the way for Port Chalmers’ main street.
It has been said time and time again that speed kills.That point was tragically brought home in Dunedin last weekend when an 18-year-old was killed in a crash in Ravensbourne. A recent spike in worrying driving behaviour, has sparked a strong warning from police.
An Otago Peninsula seascape image titled Back Wash has swept photography student Oscar Hetherington to a $10,000 international photography prize.
Twenty high-achieving young University of Otago graduates have been given inaugural "20Twenties" alumni awards.
After years of battling the scarfie booze culture, the University of Otago is backing new ideas to keep students safe, following the death of a student last year. Grant Miller reports.
Fly fishing has been described as the most fun you can have standing up. No doubt fly-fisherman, teacher, author and Otago Daily Times angling columnist Mike Weddell would agree.
Mourners of motocross champion Grason Veitch, who died in a car crash last Sunday, gathered for burnouts at Odlins Pl, in Mosgiel, yesterday.
Dunedin police have identified three youths who allegedly started two fires in the Green Island area earlier this week.
New Zealand’s Young Writers Festival starts in Dunedin today with a range of workshops and events to inspire young writers.
As Dunedin’s carbon emissions worsen, a zero carbon alliance involving the city’s biggest organisations is being proposed.