A crane that has been part of Dunedin’s Hillside railway workshops since the 1920s is to be dismantled, as demolition at the site continues.
The Otago Regional Council’s performance is widely perceived to be unsatisfactory, a survey has shown.
More pupils from the Wakatipu area may need to take public bus services, instead of school buses, after a review. And some tweaks will be needed for Dunedin soon, with closure of Otago Road Services at the end of the year.
A sweeping vaccine mandate at the Dunedin City Council may put several people out of work, but more are expected to turn up to the office under the Orange setting of the Government’s Covid-19...
Development of a Dunedin coastal plan has cost about $700,000 so far and one councillor says just over $100,000 more for an experiment could save the city millions of dollars in the long run.
Extra efforts to stop birds flocking to a proposed landfill near Dunedin Airport may not be enough to allay fears of bird-strike on aircraft, the airport has warned.
Some retreat from Dunedin’s coastline is emerging as a favoured long-term approach for managing the beach between St Clair and St Kilda.
The way victims of a horrific fire at the former Seacliff psychiatric hospital should be acknowledged has yet to be determined, but there are plans to give visitors to the site much more context...
Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins has copped a stinging attack from within his own council and more criticism from the chairman of another.
The Government should fund the cost of enabling some bus passengers to travel free of charge, Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins says.
The more work that is done now on Dunedin’s water and wastewater infrastructure, the better, city councillor Jim O’Malley says.
The Dunedin City Council’s appetite for debt has been both derided as reckless and defended as necessary for much-needed investment.
Dunedin's councillors wanted the Government to know how disappointed they were the Three Waters reform was happening by force, but their communication of the point turned into a shemozzle.
Any development of a cycle trail to replace the Taieri Gorge railway line won't happen before mid-2024.
The group behind saving the Taieri Gorge line wants to run Dunedin rail services and preserve the link to Middlemarch.