The one-way system's separated cycle lanes are the responsibility of the New Zealand Transport Agency. But Dunedin City Council is nevertheless inescapably involved. Craig Borley talked to Mayor Dave Cull about the project.
Saturday's Otago Daily Times report on the bungled South Dunedin Cycle Network drew plenty of interest from online readers.
Otago turned on its distinctive chilly winter charm when it hosted the Cyclocross National Championships at Whare Flat on Saturday.
Parts of South Dunedin's cycle network will be ripped out and replaced, costing hundreds of thousands of dollars, because of council mistakes.
More winter weather from the Southern Ocean will deliver the South another dollop of frigid temperatures and sea-level snow today, the MetService says.
Another chapter in the saga of Saddle Hill's protection from quarrying was written this week, with the presentation of a 3500-signature petition to the Dunedin City Council.
Council staff and management bungled the roll-out of South Dunedin's cycle network, letting down the mayor, the councillors, and the city in the process.
Justice Minister Amy Adams believes Dunedin's temporary court buildings are working well, despite claims to the contrary from the New Zealand Criminal Bar Association.
A 6-year-old Dunedin boy was left crying on the footpath after he and his mother were not allowed to take his bike on an otherwise empty bus.
There are public parks and public gardens with great collections of plants, but they are not botanic gardens, Dunedin Botanic Garden propagation services officer Alice Lloyd-Fitt said yesterday.
Tourists could end up going to jail to eat, explore, and perhaps even sleep, once planned construction work on Dunedin's historic prison is completed.
Death comes to all ships, and there is little romance or dignity involved, it has been revealed on Dunedin's Kitchener St slipway.
Dunedin bus users will have a clear idea of what they can and cannot take on buses within the next four weeks, the Otago Regional Council say.
Tart up the warehouse precinct's ugly duckling and watch the rest of it come to life, submitters told a Dunedin City Council hearing about the proposed Jetty St pedestrian zone yesterday.
A surge in flu-like illnesses has swept southern Dunedin schools in the past week, leaving hundreds of pupils at home and health clinics overrun with patients.
Children who are unwell need to be kept away from school until they are better, Southern District Heath Board medical officer of health Dr Keith Reid says.
Mosgiel residents could know by the end of this month whether the proposed Countdown supermarket will be built.
If Dunedin's unseasonably sunny Sunday and mild temperatures had you thinking winter was petering out, think again.