When people who have been to Boeing's factory at Everett, north of Seattle, say it is big, and then continue to go on about how big it is, that is because it is stupendously large.
A separated cycle lane is to be installed on the north side of Musselburgh Rise through the Musselburgh shopping area, as part of the South Dunedin cycle network.
Southern plans for commemorating the centenary of World War 1 were revealed at a ceremony in Dunedin yesterday and were accompanied by a call from the region's mayors and historians for the public to get involved.
Restrictions on mobile trading in Dunedin are to be relaxed, although the council has warned it will be looking for mobile traders to pay their fair share of trading costs, as fixed businesses do.
A teen who needed major surgery and two weeks' physio to be able to walk out to meet the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after she damaged her knee practising her curtsy, says all the pain was worth it.
An upgrade of the main pedestrian thoroughfare linking the chief post office hotel development and central Dunedin might be on hold after the budget could not be stretched far enough.
The Dunedin City Council is working to improve the information available on its encroachment policy following recent public concerns about its approach.
The attendance of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has attracted a full house for this year's Palm Sunday service at St Paul's Cathedral in Dunedin.
Plans to build a breakwater to protect the beach at Te Rauone are on hold until the community raises the funds it needs to contribute to the project.
A new class of heavy truck, known as 50Max trucks, will be allowed to use Dunedin roads without needing a special permit.
Dunedin's apparent obsession with car parking will not be allowed to derail the new cycle lanes project, city councillors warned yesterday.
Ratepayers wanting a new swimming pool in Mosgiel are being urged to attend a public meeting to show their support to Dunedin City Council tomorrow night.
The Dunedin City Council has adopted a policy formally stating its position on smoking - that Dunedin become a smoke-free city - but has asked for further information on how such a policy might be implemented.
A review of the way Dunedin City Council grants are administered proposes to replace the $800,000-plus civic grants scheme with a contestable fund with new criteria and rules.
The Dunedin district licensing committee will hear arguments in public next week after police and the medical officer of health opposed the application for an on-licence for Queens bar at Queens Gardens.
Creating a new city promotion team within the Dunedin City Council looks set to have ramifications for the way the council's commercial property investments are managed.
A Twizel businessman says he has had enough of investing in Dunedin after learning the hard way about complying with local planning rules.
Outram residents should see improvements in water flow during peak times within a year, with two upgrades due to be completed.