The main street of Port Chalmers will have its speed limit cut to 40kmh next month.
As Dunedin’s carbon emissions worsen, a zero carbon alliance involving the city’s biggest organisations is being proposed.
Mourners of motocross champion Grason Veitch, who died in a car crash last Sunday, gathered for burnouts at Odlins Pl, in Mosgiel, yesterday.
New Zealand’s Young Writers Festival starts in Dunedin today with a range of workshops and events to inspire young writers.
Ann Swan still remembers the day four of her former pupils turned up at her classroom door with a card and a cake to celebrate her birthday.
Concerns about congestion on Dunedin's one-way systems and the need for multi-storey car parking buildings is included in public feedback over the Shaping Future Dunedin Transport project.
A woman who believes she unwittingly aided an online scam has spoken of her shock, saying that she nearly committed money laundering for a business posing as a legitimate Dunedin store.
Dunedin police have identified three youths who allegedly started two fires in the Green Island area earlier this week.
Associate Housing Minister Kris Faafoi (right) talks with (from left) Presbyterian Support Otago community finance team leader Melanie Aicken, family works director Carmen Batchelor and Dunedin...
This year’s Otago university students’ capping show was postponed three times and the actors had to keep their distance during rehearsals, but not even Covid-19 can halt a 126-year tradition.
More than 100 pupils from Big Rock School and Little Rock Preschool joined local residents and iwi on Brighton Beach yesterday to send a message loud and clear - they don't want a landfill in their back yard.
A fledging northern royal albatross failed to take full flight and ended up in the sand dunes at Aramoana this week.
The removal of 300 Dunedin car parks by the end of the year was not thought out and will further discourage people from travelling to the city centre, a Dunedin city councillor says.
There is a rock wall next to a car park in Dunedin that many people walk past without taking a second look.