A privacy breach by New Zealand’s royal commission into historic abuse is of "significant concern", a University of Otago academic says.
Election? What election? So say Crs Lee Vandervis and Andrew Whiley, who deny a public spat with Cr David Benson-Pope over a public playground has anything to do with ambitions for public office.
A privacy breach which saw the personal details of a sexual abuse survivor disclosed by NZ's Royal Commission into Historic Abuse has caused "serious distress'', a support network says.
The Dunedin City Council has voted to lobby the MetService to accelerate plans for a rain radar covering the city, despite a last-minute assurance from Mayor Dave Cull.
The city councillor pushing for the return of a commuter rail service to Dunedin hopes to fast-track the idea.
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The Government should be asked to fund a trial return of commuter rail services in Dunedin, a Dunedin city councillor says.
A Margaret Mahy-style playground on Dunedin's waterfront could be among the first local projects to proceed if the city secures a slice of the Government's $3 billion Provincial Growth Fund.
Independent auditors have been called in as the Dunedin City Council continues to investigate five cases of suspected fraud.
The MetService needs to take "urgent" action to accelerate plans for a rain radar in Otago, a Dunedin city councillor says.
A push by a Dunedin city councillor to make local government meetings more accommodating could soon be Local Government New Zealand policy.
The Dunedin City Council says it has no plans to ''get rid of Christmas'', despite the lack of festive decorations in city streets.
A network of pipes carrying drinking water to Dunedin is "hanging by a thread" as the Dunedin City Council prepares for a nearly $1 million upgrade, it has been claimed.
A second French sailor taking part in a single-handed circumnavigation event has stopped off in Dunedin, but only after taking further damage.
The cost of last month’s big storm — which inundated parts of the Clutha district and Dunedin — is climbing.
Dunedin is going from strength to strength as new figures underscore a prolonged period of "stable growth" for the city.
Sports fans in Dunedin are being warned to plan ahead if they are heading to Logan Park this weekend.
A temporary alcohol ban will again be in force around Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium during next year’s Orientation events.
A Dunedin homeowner locked in a months-long dispute with the Dunedin City Council over a leaking water toby has taken matters into his own hands.
The Dunedin City Council will have to consider reaching into its own pocket to help alleviate a growing social and community housing shortage in the city, councillors say.