The dental clinical services building in Dunedin is finished and nearly ready for business, marking a milestone in the University of Otago's $130 million project to upgrade the School of Dentistry.
The Financial Markets Authority says it is working to secure and preserve client funds, after the offices of a Dunedin financial planner were raided yesterday.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis' "abusive" behaviour towards Dunedin City Council staff has left another female employee in tears, as the council draws up a new policy to manage outbursts.
Dunedin's busiest footpaths may soon have speed limits for e-scooters but any enforcement will come down to the riders themselves or members of the public.
In an age when youngsters live with a mobile device in one hand, it is unsurprising that is where they turn to find solutions to some of their greatest concerns.
School pupils around Otago have taken action during school hours today, as part of strike action aimed at sending a message to politicians about the urgency of climate action.
Dunedin is "on the cusp" of something special as activity in the city's business start-up space grows, the Dunedin City Council says.
School pupils and students marched along George St in Dunedin today, as part of strike action aimed at sending a message to New Zealand politicians about the urgency of climate action.
The Dunedin trial for a man accused of stabbing to death an 11-month-old sea lion has been abandoned.
A man who assaulted a Corrections officer and a fellow inmate is part of a growing trend of prison violence, a judge has said.
Phoebe Bell (9), Finlay Clarke-Wallace (13) and Theodora Clarke-Wallace (9) celebrate four years of low-cost fruit and vegetables, at the North Dunedin All Saints Anglican Church Hall.
Otago has been given a multimillion-dollar funding boost by the Provincial Growth Fund including $6.5m to expand the Clutha Gold Great Ride Cycle Trail.
Pedestrians may soon be able to enjoy a car-free stroll in front of one of Dunedin's most well-known landmarks.
Letters of support for Plaman Resources' proposed diatomite mine near Middlemarch from Dunedin's mayor and the chief executives of Dunedin and Clutha's councils didn't hold back in their offers to be of help.
The Dunedin City Council got it wrong when it voted - without debate - to pull its support for a unitary council investigation.
University students visiting one of Dunedin's most sprawling open plan buildings can now navigate their way around using a recently installed, 3-D, 360-degree virtual tour kiosk.
The Silver Fern rail car will find a new home in Christchurch when it is handed back to KiwiRail next month.
Red tape has delayed the trial of a new device which will alert drivers to people on a Dunedin pedestrian crossing.