If planners get proposed road changes wrong, they could bring Dunedin city centre traffic to a standstill, the New Zealand Automobile Association says.
As she ties up loose ends at the end of seven years as the Dunedin City Council’s chief executive, Sue Bidrose is working from a different office.
Critics of double-bunking in prisons say a sex attack at Otago Corrections Facility is symptomatic of a much larger problem.
A pair of paradise ducks found an unusual new heaven by calmly strolling through central Dunedin yesterday.
University of Otago staff have had to review more academic misconduct cases after a move to online examinations but that may not mean more students than usual set out to cheat.
Students have been granted almost $1.5million in financial aid from the University of Otago’s hardship fund.
The owners of Dunedin-based production house NHNZ are hoping to sell its Melville St building but remain in the premises.
A man who drove the wrong way through a roundabout and caused a crash, ignoring a red light, has continued his wild behaviour up to sentencing.
A Dunedin woman used social media app Snapchat to run a mobile drug-dealing operation around the city, a court has heard.
A small piece of Dunedin’s literary history has been uncovered by a Dunedin man clearing out his garage.
Police have named the fisherman who went missing in Lake Wakatipu near Glenorchy on Sunday afternoon.
An e-bike scheme to get staff from the Dunedin City Council on bikes has attracted less interest than had been hoped.
As she ties up loose ends at the end of seven years as Dunedin City Council chief executive, Sue Bidrose is working from a different office.
The show must go on — and so a wartime adaptation of a children’s adventure will hit the stage in Dunedin despite originally being cancelled three months ago.