Baldwin St residents hoping for some peace and quiet might be disappointed, despite the popular Dunedin attraction being stripped of its title as the World's Steepest Street.
Fresh concerns have emerged about Dunedin's move to LED street lights, as a $15 million project to introduce the new lights across the city takes another step forward.
Reaction has been mixed to the news that Dunedin's Baldwin St has lost its title as the world's steepest street, one resident greeting the news with a "Hallelujah".
Dunedin's Baldwin St is no longer the world's steepest street, but being second in the world is still a pretty good achievement - just ask the Black Caps.
The Dunedin City Council has stopped taking bookings for leased car parks across the city as motorists scramble to find a guaranteed space to stop.
A Dunedin delegation's trip to China is costing ratepayers about $27,000, the Dunedin City Council has confirmed.
Dunedin will need to invest more in its electricity infrastructure to cater for the rise of electric vehicles, a Dunedin city councillor says.
Dunedin city councillor Kate Wilson has confirmed she will stand for election again - but this time for the Otago Regional Council.
Dunedin is "ahead of the game" as it rolls out a modern cycling and public transport network, Transport Minister Phil Twyford said yesterday.
Dunedin's waterfront development plan may hinge on a bid for $100 million from the Provincial Growth Fund, but the silence from all parties remains deafening as the wait for an answer continues.
One of the key recommendations arising from a critical review of Enterprise Dunedin has been fulfilled with the appointment of a new city marketing manager.
Three people were injured - two seriously - in a two-car crash in icy conditions near Makarora last night.
The organisers of Dunedin's iD Fashion Show say the event has become too big for the volunteers behind its success, and change is needed.
Both lanes of Portobello Rd are open again after a three-car crash on Otago Peninsula earlier tonight.
One of the Dunedin City Council's top managers is leaving to take up a new role at the Otago Regional Council.
Harbour Rugby Club says "sweeteners" offered decades ago to hasten the rezoning of Moller Park to an industrial site could yet rob the West Harbour community of a valuable green space.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull will lead a longer than usual delegation to China just months before he stands down.
Another hurdle has been overcome in the long-running fight to complete the State Highway 88 shared path to Port Chalmers.