Three Dunedin city councillors who have led recent opposition to the Awatea St stadium have changed tack, deciding to work with the project after failing to convince their peers.
A new rubbish collection and recycling system proposed for Dunedin could cost each ratepayer up to $472 a year and spell the end of blue bins and black bags.
Two University of Otago academics putting together a new survey to gauge public support - or lack of it - for the Awatea St stadium hope to have it sent to homes by the end of the year.
Dates and marshmallows have helped put in place free parking for Dunedin's over-75s at almost all metered parks in the city.
An Otago Regional Council plan to build a new depot at the Taieri Airfield could cause turbulence for a controversial Dunedin City Council plan to make roading changes in the area.
Ownership of more than one dog and a growing intolerance of nuisance dogs are two trends revealed in a new report on the city's canine population.
A Dunedin City Council tired of seemingly endless consultation on the best site for a toilet in South Dunedin accepted it could not please everyone, and voted to build an Exceloo in the middle of Lorne St.
A Dunedin City Council planner has recommended a controversial proposal to realign a road that cuts through the Dunedin Botanic Garden be declined.
Dunedin City Council-owned trading companies have recorded an 8.3% increase in revenue to $199 million, but the companies have not emerged unscathed from the worldwide economic crisis, with a lower surplus at the end of the financial year.
The Dunedin City Council's economic development unit has won an international prize for its research support fund, which has provided $78,556 in the last three years to back bids for research and development that have attracted $17 million of funding for the city.
The Dunedin City Council has no plans to discontinue the use of an insecticide banned in 50 countries and described by the Green Party as "highly toxic".
The Dunedin Public Library is gearing up for its 100th birthday with a feast of literary events, a rebranding, new library cards, and the release of a centennial history of the institution.
Two Dunedin city councillors criticised for not attending a debate on Monday to tighten conditions surrounding the Awatea St stadium have responded their presence would not have changed the overall outcome.
The Carisbrook stadium and the Athenaeum building in Dunedin have both been registered as category 1 historic buildings by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust (NZHPT), despite derision of the proposal by the Dunedin City Council.
The Dunedin City Council has tightened the conditions the Carisbrook Stadium Trust and other parties must meet to get final approval for the Awatea St stadium.
Local government political grouping Greater Dunedin's objections to the Awatea St stadium remain focused on its risk, its affordability and opportunity costs, Cr Dave Cull said yesterday.
A new model of the planned Awatea St stadium went on show yesterday, and will be available soon for public viewing.
The cost to ratepayers of realigning State Highway 88 to make way for the Awatea St stadium is expected to be $1.5 million, Dunedin City Council transportation planning manager Don Hill says.
The Dunedin City Council's $72 million Waipori fund should be able to stand up to difficult economic times, finance and corporate support general manager Athol Stephens says.
Dunedin is beautiful, and now the city has an award to prove it.