Dunedin could soon follow Auckland's lead by introducing lower speed limits for e-scooters in the city, the Dunedin City Council says.
A dying Dunedin man tells Chris Morris his story of a savage beating he received as a 10-year-old ‘‘cheeky little Catholic boy’’ at the hands of a nun.
The Southern Labour chairwoman says Dunedin has nothing to fear from the rise of politically aligned councillors.
The Dunedin City Council is preparing the city's waterfront regeneration plans as it waits for a decision on a bid for a multimillion-dollar chunk of the Provincial Growth Fund.
A volcanic crater at Foulden Hill near Middlemarch should be turned into a ''geo-park'', not sacrificed to the mining industry, two residents say.
Mountain Biking Otago is seeking backing for an ''iconic'' track for Dunedin - even though it plans to pay for it itself.
The Dunedin Symphony Orchestra is seeking a funding boost as it prepares for a major programme next year.
The Dunedin City Council has been asked to take over the construction and ownership of a new artificial hockey turf planned for South Dunedin.
The Dunedin City Council has again been urged to ''do something'' to protect its invaluable collection of archival material.
Dunedin city councillors have thrown their support - and $130,000 a year - behind the Mayor's Taskforce for Housing final report amid calls for action mixed with words of caution.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says a city councillor he accused of verbally abusing and harassing female staff within the Dunedin City Council has an "obligation" to explain himself.
Allegations of inappropriate process over a delayed Dunedin City Council investigation into a unitary council have been rejected by Mayor Dave Cull.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis has been accused by Mayor Dave Cull of targeting female staff across the Dunedin City Council with "numerous" verbal sprays, leaving some in tears.
Allegations of a premeditated strike against Cr Lee Vandervis are flying as some councillors turn on their colleagues following a blocked debate at this week's Dunedin City Council meeting.
A Dunedin city councillor's move to change eligibility rules for the office of Local Government New Zealand president has been soundly defeated, amid allegations of naivety and ''nefarious'' intent.
Cr Lee Vandervis walked out of a Dunedin City Council meeting in protest yesterday, after his speaking rights were curtailed in a politically-motivated ambush sprung by another councillor.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis walked out of a meeting this afternoon after he was blocked from speaking on a vote.