The Dunedin City Council has done some ''pretty good work in a pretty short period of time'' to turn its systems around, Deloitte partner Kyle Cameron, the lead investigator of the Citifleet fraud, says.
The Deloitte report into a more than $1.5 million fraud at the Dunedin City Council revealed it went beyond the sale of 152 council-owned vehicles.
The South Island's first co-housing community has been given approval to set up in Dunedin.
A weak internal culture at the Dunedin City Council allowed a staff member to get away with spending $100,000 of ratepayers' money on personal items using a council fuel card, the company that investigated the fraud says.
The Dunedin City Council is to rename the University Oval the University of Otago Oval.
The restoration of Dunedin's Ross Creek Reservoir is expected to begin early next year after being delayed until authorities agree on how it should be repaired.
The debate over quarrying on Saddle Hill is intensifying, but it is not without a sense of deja vu. Debbie Porteous takes a look at a gravel pit that has generated almost as much debate as stone in the past 50 years.
A prominent historic harbourside building and a former student pub have been given rates relief as part of a policy to preserve Dunedin's heritage buildings.
The Dunedin City Council is to adopt a new process to deal with requests to not pay some or all of required development contributions.
Moving the alcohol display area at Countdown's Cumberland St supermarket in Dunedin would cost the store more than $1million, its owner says.
Dunedin city councillors will wait until a proposal for a new aquatic centre in Mosgiel is assessed by staff, before discussing it.
The Dunedin City Council is to adopt a new fraud prevention policy.
Stability will be to the fore as the Dunedin City Council casts a critical eye over more than 4000 of the city's retaining walls.
''Another week and she'll be all gone,'' says Doug Hall of the central Dunedin yard at the centre of a long-running legal tussle between him and the city council.
Dunedin City Council staff will meet Portobello Rd business and landowners today to try to work out a road layout to suit their needs.
The future of a paint party in the heart of Dunedin's student area is in doubt, following the rejection of an application for a liquor licence for the event.
Challenges to the renewal of the liquor licences of two Dunedin supermarkets will be heard this week.
It would be difficult to please everybody, Cr Neville Peat said as a Dunedin City Council panel knuckled down to the business of working out a plan to help reduce alcohol-related harm in the city.
A top public health official has refused to identify the Dunedin bar or bars he says offered enticements to punters to fill in submissions on a council alcohol plan.
Supermarkets and retailers say a draft local alcohol policy for Dunedin could cost jobs.