The cost of installing solar water heating in Dunedin homes looks set to get a little cheaper, after Dunedin city councillors agreed to waive an $804 building consent fee as part of a one-year trial.
The timing of a proposal to build a "medium-sized" theatre in Dunedin, at a cost of up to $35 million, has been questioned by city councillors.
Dunedin residents have spoken, and spoken loudly, on the future of the city's rubbish collection service.
One of Dunedin's oldest family businesses is fighting for survival, amid fears it could fall victim to the economic downturn.
Dunedin Mayor Peter Chin has apologised for the controversial "it's all white here" cricket promotion, while lashing out at media coverage of the story.
Experts tasked with restoring Dunedin's historic Larnach family tomb got a bird's-eye view of the deterioration yesterday.
The latest vision of a new $42 million Caversham Valley highway has been approved for public consultation, despite concerns about a potential "design flaw" blocking the road south for some motorists.
There are still no signs of action on a proposal to convert Dunedin's Caversham Valley rail tunnel for use by pedestrians and cyclists.
European tourists visiting Dunedin could disappear in a cloud of billowing black exhaust fumes unless the city does something about its bus fleet, tourism bosses fear.
Dunedin could yet be a winner, despite international tourism sailing into the "doldrums", Tourism Dunedin chairman Murray Walker says.
Dunedin bus operators still fuming over criticism of their vehicle fleet could soon find themselves under a bigger black cloud, if even stricter emissions tests are introduced.
The jobs of five staff at Dunedin's Nature Discoveries shop are in doubt, after the store's owners confirmed plans to walk away from the business.
Dunedin City Council staff are watching soaring world bitumen prices, fearing they could lead to "significant problems" with snowballing road maintenance costs as soon as next year.
Uncertainty surrounds a major funding stream for Dunedin's planned Otago Stadium after $18 million was wiped from the value of the Community Trust of Otago's overseas investments in just six months.
The battle to raise $55 million in private funds for the planned Otago Stadium just got a little tougher.
Former Dunedin man Phil Sweeney was convinced he was going to die at the hands of terrorists in Mumbai.
Workers want answers after a cloud of cement dust from the Otago Regional Council's Dunedin waterfront construction site coated nearby cars, with one owner claiming vehicles were damaged.