A Dunedin city councillor's suggestion staff may have provided inaccurate figures in the council's latest annual report has drawn the ire of his colleagues, one of whom accused him of scaremongering.
The Dunedin City Council may back away from trialling any ban or restriction on vehicles in the lower Octagon and lower Stuart St.
The Otago Vintage Machinery Club will be sounding its foghorn come November 2 and it wants all and sundry to know about it.
A visiting steam train is stirring the memories of some Dunedin people and creating new memories for others.
Nine days have been set aside for the Dunedin City Council to hear submissions on its proposed local alcohol policy (Lap).
The paddling pool at Dunedin's Woodhaugh Gardens is fenced off while contractors search for the cause of apparent leaks.
Dunedin's recent and planned cycling projects are being lauded as inspirational and ground-breaking and are in the running for national recognition.
From the tropical reefs of the Galapagos Islands and Cocos Islands to the icy waters of the Antarctic, Michelle Brunton is ticking off several lifelong-dream dives this year.
More than a year since 2degrees was meant to start building a cell tower on Scroggs Hill Rd in Brighton, the site remains empty and peaceful and its neighbours remain on guard.
Mosgiel's Bookbus service is safe for now, though there has been no noticeable change in patronage since the matter was raised with the community board in July.
And now, to celebrate. Vogel St will come alive with music, artists, food vendors and families today as the community marks the end of the first stage of a Dunedin City Council plan to revitalise...
City speed limits will be on the Dunedin City Council's agenda this week, as it decides whether to put the brakes on old speed limits on 12 roads.
Four holes carefully dug for planting trees in Bond St in Dunedin were just as carefully refilled this week after it was discovered they were too close to underground electrical cables.
A proposal to put up bus shelters outside two Dunedin businesses has been dropped following opposition to council plans.
A proposal for a new batch of bus shelters has left some affected property owners in less than a transport of delight.
The Warrington rocks will remain in place for now as the debate over their future rumbles on.
A Queenstown couple are to build a new preschool child-care centre in Mosgiel that will cater for up to 75 children and provide up to 14 new jobs.
The Dunedin City Council has indicated its support for a community project to restore the Aramoana wharf.
The issue of whether to reopen a beach access track in Warrington is back before Dunedin city councillors today.
The Dunedin City Council is to consult the community on how it consults the community.