While some may have written off the Dunedin Public Library as a bit beige and musty, the city's top fashion designers know it is a haven of inspiration and intrigue.
Dunedin Public Library
An interview with Annie Proulx - a perk for which any fan of the award-winning novelist would give their eye teeth - goes a little like this.
The dust was blown off some old book covers at the Dunedin Central Library last night.
Dunedin libraries are preparing to go live with a sophisticated new radio tracking system that will help monitor lending stock.
A shared membership deal could soon turn the page on rules which prevent out-of-town book worms borrowing Dunedin library books.
Dunedin still needs its long-awaited library to help revitalise the suburb, Dunedin city councillors have been reminded.
Plan for the future of Dunedin Public Library will have to go back to the drawing board, after the announcement yesterday the former chief post office in the Exchange had been sold for a hotel development.
Taieri views have grown by two in the Mosgiel Library after a donation of artworks.
Plans for a South Dunedin library may be accelerated after city councillors pushed for faster progress yesterday.
The Dunedin Public Library is wrapping up against the chill of winter to protect $25 million worth of its assets.
The Dunedin City Council could shed more jobs as part of a shake-up of the city's library services, it has been confirmed.
Dunedin could become the first city in New Zealand - and just the fifth in the world - to be named a Unesco city of literature.
Dunedin Public Libraries members owe the libraries about $438,000, figures released under the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act show.
Captain Cook, Gabriel Read and William Larnach all feature, but many Dunedin residents will not know the significance of what is housed within the Dunedin City Library.
Visits and issues at most Otago libraries are declining as readers shift from printed to electronic material.
When more than 600 people converge on Dunedin for the Library and Information Association of New Zealand's centennial conference this weekend, many will reflect on how far the organisation has come since 1910.