‘‘Horrifying’’ house prices and a ‘‘ridiculously’’ small number of properties for sale is making Dunedin ‘‘a seller’s market’’.
More people are choosing to make Dunedin home, recent data has revealed.
Last year’s ‘‘magnificent concerts’’ and the rise of non-commercial accommodation may be a factor in a decrease of guest nights in Dunedin in the year to March 31.
Training workers and jobseekers to meet the challenges of the Dunedin Hospital rebuild, centre city development and regional projects will require careful planning, experts say.
Port Otago will embark on a major six-month project to remove 45,000cu m of excess dirt and rock from Flagstaff Hill, Port Chalmers, from Monday.
A call is being made for more Dunedin businesses to take part in a University of Otago marketing project and tap into the creativity and innovation of students.
The outlook for the commercial construction sector in Dunedin looks ‘‘healthy’’ as more consents spur a ‘‘steady pipeline of work’’.
Two Dunedin authors have been shortlisted in the 2019 New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults.
A smorgasbord of drugs is being seized by New Zealand Customs in Dunedin.
Dunedin Pride is launching a social and networking group for members of the trans and gender-diverse community.
Shakti Dunedin representatives will join peace activists from New Zealand and Australia in Auckland next week for a transtasman conference on racial equity.
A petition to open the toilets at Chingford Park has been successful.
Police are again reminding people to think carefully and avoid being scammed, after more recent reports of online and phone scams.
Elderly and disabled people have issues with Dunedin's bus system, advocates say.
About 600 young singers will step into the limelight on stage at the Dunedin Town Hall in next week's secondary school choirs event, The Big Sing.
There are no green solutions, there are only tough choices and big change projects.
The expansion of the Government’s Warmer Kiwi Homes insulation subsidies means a further 1200 Dunedin homeowners will be covered by the scheme.
Technology may have changed in the past 25 years, but the Life Education Trust’s values have remained the same.
A walk down memory lane has become even more special for visitors, families, staff and volunteers at the Otago Community Hospice.
Studies in social work have been a real eye-opener on the issues of mental health and youth suicide for Dunedin woman Michele Venables.