A piece of pounamu offered as part of a flourishing relationship between the Dunedin City Council and Ngai Tahu is to be incorporated into the ceremonial chain worn by Dunedin's next mayor.
Dunedin's economic upsurge has been underscored by new figures pointing to 5000 new jobs in the city, but one city councillor is urging his colleagues to be more pessimistic.
The Dunedin City Council is sticking with tradition after deciding not to scrap the commissioning of oil paintings to recognise the work of outgoing mayors.
Change is coming when Dunedin’s ratepayers go to the polls to elect their next mayor. But will the result also chart a new course for the city - or mean more of the same?
A Dunedin man says he is trying to do the right thing by asking for permission - rather than forgiveness - for a connection to the city's water supply.
Plans for Dunedin's waterfront development should be scaled back in favour of a greater focus on the city, and the world's, climate emergency, the Seniors' Climate Action Network says.
Badly parked Lime e-scooters posing a trip hazard for the visually impaired have prompted a plea for action in Dunedin.
Under-fire Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis has raised the prospect of a no-confidence motion in the city's ''completely uncontrollable'' council-owned companies.
A more collaborative approach to economic development in Otago is exciting and should be expanded to include Southland, some Dunedin city councillors say.
A Dunedin resident pushing for better facilities for inter-city bus passengers has taken her case to the Dunedin City Council.
The Dunedin city councillor at the centre of allegations of abusive behaviour towards staff says he makes "no apology'' for his actions.
A new "courtesy zone'' along Dunedin's main streets aims to encourage Lime e-scooter riders to slow down.
The driver of a truck and trailer unit which crashed near Winton has escaped injury, despite spilling a load of soil all over the highway.
Eleven complaints of inappropriate behaviour - including angry and threatening outbursts - have been levelled against Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis this term, it has been confirmed.
The man behind a proposed five-star hotel opposite the Dunedin Town Hall says he still wants to build his tower, but now faces competition from other developers interested in the site.
Parking meters went rogue yesterday as the Dunedin City Council rolled out new charges for motorists wanting a space to stop.