As travel agencies and cruise companies are changing itineraries or postponing trips in response to the coronavirus, local travellers are anxiously looking at what it means to them.
It is not only face masks that are in hot demand in Dunedin as a result of the coronavirus Covid-19.
Dunedin artist Arati Kushwaha cannot wait to take up a prestigious month-long residency in the United States next month.
Reaching the stage in life when you are no longer able to drive does not mean your life is over.
A search is on for descendants of two soldiers buried in a Dunedin cemetery.
The Outram Rodeo Club may have taken a bath financially by holding a rodeo to help another club hit by flooding but they did it ‘‘for the sake of the sport’’.
A report due at the end of this month will give the Dunedin City Council a better understanding of how much plastic which could have been recycled is going to landfill.
New Zealand’s poor rating internationally for pandemic readiness is not reassuring, Prof Sir David Skegg says.
Established artists and emerging talent will grace 45 performance and visual arts spaces across Otepoti as the Dunedin Fringe Festival celebrates 20 years in 2020.
Dunedin’s Scottish culture is under threat because families cannot afford their children to learn piping and drumming in the city, a mother says.
Using Shortcut Rd may save motorists some time, but residents want it split into two due to ‘‘grave concerns’’ about pedestrian safety.
Dunedin disability advocates will give Dunedin city and Otago regional councillors, staff and contractors a taste of the daily challenges they face during an ‘‘accessible walkabout’’ next week.
Access for vehicles to Long Beach Domain was a hot topic for residents and board members at last week’s West Harbour Community Board meeting.
The West Harbour Community Board is opposed to the recommended removal of temporary speed humps at Te Ngaru, near Aramoana.
An investigation has been launched to solve a mystery of the history of a historic horse trough uncovered on Otago Peninsula.
A “prohibitive” toll once paid by commuters in Portobello Rd was an “unpopular” piece of the Otago Peninsula’s transport history.
A weightlifting coach is set to make his mark across the ditch.
Dunedin Hospital’s emergency department is expecting more patients, given the increased number of people in the city for major events over the next week.
North East Valley Normal School is the latest to add signs discouraging people from illegal parking.
Business owners are slamming the Dunedin City Council for its lack of notice of removing car parks in Moray Pl.