Forget about Covid. Christmas madness is quickly setting in as Dunedin residents start filling their front yards with flashy and festive decorations.
The Dunedin City Council and the Waikouaiti Coast Community Board are at a stalemate over who is responsible for fixing a damaged walkway and seawall in Karitane.
The interim leadership team at the Dunedin City Council will stay in place until at least the end of March.
Bad cases of "3pm-itis" appear to be dwindling among Fairfield School pupils since they started a new programme, aimed at instilling lifelong healthy habits.
A Dunedin man who trains soldiers and then passes his army skills on to his school pupils has been named New Zealand Defence Force Reservist of the Year.
The absence of a cruise ship season in Dunedin this year, as well as other forms of international tourism, is causing a drop in revenue of up to 80% for some local businesses.
A tree that caused disruption in Dunedin’s main shopping street this week when a large branch came off will be cut down.
The Port Otago backhoe dredge Takutai loads silt and sludge from the floor of the harbour channel, on to a barge in the upper harbour on Wednesday.
Part of a tree fell in Dunedin’s main shopping street yesterday, blocking some of the footpath on the eastern side of George St.
Three University of Otago professors have raised more than $7600 for the student relief fund by cycling 1400km from Dunedin to Nelson.
On average, Sophie Taele works with about 25 different Dunedin families each week, who are dealing with family violence issues.
A 28-year-old man faces five charges, including assaulting police, after police received a complaint of a car speeding and tailgating in a road works area of Portobello Rd, Dunedin.
Speeding drivers are prompting fears for the safety of road users and workers at roadworks sites in the South.
Firefighters attend a kitchen fire at Pizza Bella, in Mosgiel, yesterday. Pizza boxes on top of a pizza oven which was left on overnight were believed to have been the source of the fire.
A treasured son of Dunedin’s music scene, Graeme Downes, is reassessing his life priorities after recently being diagnosed with cancer.
A Dunedin man who threatened to chop up a care worker had to be pepper-sprayed after throwing a knife at police, a court has heard.
Otago Regional Council rates of $6 million are outstanding after the due date at the end of last month.