The removal of a pair of boulders blocking vehicle access to a track to Blueskin Bay has been stalled, for now.
The Esplanade at St Clair is washing into the sea again, despite almost $700,000 of work to protect it.
The ''maturing'' of Dunedin's warehouse precinct is driving growth in demand for inner-city apartments, which is viewed as an exciting development for the city.
With so much development momentum in the central city south of the Octagon, the time is right to plan improvements to Princes St, the Dunedin City Council says.
A key building in Dunedin's warehouse precinct is set to take on a new lease of life over the next few months, as a new owner moves in.
A geology student who fell down a cliff face near Dunedin yesterday narrowly escaped death or serious injury when he stopped only centimetres from a 30m sheer drop to water.
The $100,000 cost to date for traffic barriers and signs at the corner of Anzac Ave and Frederick St is lunacy, a Dunedin city councillor says.
The Dunedin City Council says it is taking stock of the South Dunedin cycle network and reviewing the way forward as project costs and complications start to mount.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull is looking at a 3% wage increase next year, and councillors 2.8%, following the Remuneration Authority's latest review.
Changes made to accommodate a cycle lane on Portobello Rd continue to generate complaints, but the Dunedin City Council says it will still be weeks before the problem is sorted.
Wet weather has turned some Dunedin sports fields into bogs, but any permanent solutions are likely to be years away.
The days of prominent displays of alcohol near the entrance to two major Dunedin supermarkets may be numbered as health and licensing authorities oppose the renewal of their off-licences.
Paths that cross land linking parts of the Dunedin suburb of Corstorphine will be restored after the Dunedin City Council bought the land for $495,000.
The Dunedin physio pool seems set to get a reprieve until June and has a shot at a longer future, with a Dunedin City Council offer of support.
The closure of the physio pool has been delayed until June so a solution can be found for the longer term. That solution will inevitably require some capital investment. But how much are we talking? Debbie Porteous finds out that is the million-dollar question.
The Octagon carriageway in Dunedin will become a straight-through road over the cruise ship season if a shuttle drop-off trial goes ahead.
As the chop looms, plans to remove 12 established poplars in Logan Park Dr have fired up Dunedin residents, some of whom say the decision appears to be out of the blue and even ''horrifying''.
It is a choice between buildings and jobs, a panel considering whether to allow apartments in a heritage building in Dunedin's waterfront industrial area has been told.