A property valuation for the Foulden Maar site is expected "shortly", Dunedin City Council chief executive Sue Bidrose says.
The Minister for the Environment has downplayed a perceived crisis of conflicts of interest at the Otago Regional Council.
The Otago Regional Council is seeking costs from the owner of a car it removed from Hoopers Inlet over the holidays.
Proposed changes to a regional plan to improve water quality were pulled from this week’s Otago Regional Council agenda because a "majority" of councillors face possible conflicts of interest.
The Government’s new public housing provider should work with local government and abide by local planning documents as much as possible, the Dunedin City Council says.
Dunedin City Council staff will not open talks with the public about a proposed Smooth Hill landfill until the middle of this year.
There will be no new rates rises for Airbnb properties in Dunedin next year, but city councillors this week directed council staff to consider a new type of property in its rates review for its 2021-31 long-term plan.
Minor road safety improvements in Maori Rd are causing problems for drivers in Dunedin, opponents say.
An online NZ property rental platform says the DCC's proposal to seek commercial rates from residential short-term accommodation providers is "misguided" and will drive up the cost of visiting Dunedin.
Among the "profusion of little lakes" that pop up around Dunedin due to backed up mud tanks - the ironically named "Lake Olveston" is perhaps the most persistent, Lee Vandervis says.
Four decades ago, on February 9, 1980, Ben Otang, or Sei Shihan Ben, taught the first class at Dunedin’s Seido Karate Club.
At least half a dozen new scientists and the same number of new planners will be required in the short term to complete the Otago Regional Council’s new water plan, council chairwoman Marian Hobbs...
Once you get to know her, Yellow is a "really good team-mate".
The free ride could soon be over for Airbnb operators as the Dunedin City Council considers higher rates for the city’s booming residential short-term visitor accommodation market.
Dunedin's bus fares are due to get cheaper, but until next week Dunedin city councillors will not have considered where the money will come from.
A growing appreciation of the significance of the Treaty of Waitangi has led to growing crowds attending the Ngai Tahu Treaty Festival Waitangi Day commemorations, an Otakou kaumatua says.
Residents who were evacuated from Mataura due to flooding yesterday have now begun to return home to assess the damage.
A crowd of about 300 people turned out at Otakou Marae this morning as Waitangi Day celebrations in the south began.
As Gore and Mataura residents begin to return to their homes and businesses, many are assessing how lucky — or not — they have been after two days of floodwater sweeping through their towns.
Southland is set to be faced with a huge clean-up operation with farms, businesses and houses inundated by flood waters. Reporter Hamish MacLean describes what he witnessed from a helicopter.