It could take two months before the "significant" price tag attached to repairs from this summer’s flooding is known.
Libraries, swimming pools and other public spaces across the South are closing as the Covid-19 outbreak continues to disrupt business-as-usual for local government.
The SDHB has confirmed that a Covid-19 case attended a church service in Palmerston recently, but it says the risk to the local community is low.
Dunedin Airport is "waiting and seeing" after New Zealanders were advised to stop non-essential domestic travel within New Zealand at the weekend.
The Ministry of Health's Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield has hailed the quick response of Dunedin nurses in getting close to 150 Logan Park High School pupils and staff quickly tested.
University of Otago graduation ceremonies in May have been cancelled.
A woman has been airlifted from the back country in the Southern Alps after she activated her emergency locator beacon this afternoon.
The University of Otago has cancelled graduation ceremonies in May as it continues its response to the Covid-19 outbreak.
The first step of the estimated $1.4billion Dunedin Hospital rebuild could fall well short of the best-practice guidelines for recycling demolition debris.
The scale of the financial impact of Covid-19 on Dunedin Venues remains unknown — but the council-owned company is "endeavouring to minimise impact wherever possible".
The Dunedin City Council could fill the "gaps" if the Government’s Covid-19 response support package, expected today, falls short for some in the city. Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins yesterday would...
The Dunedin City Council will not hold public events for more than 100 people.
The final graduation ceremony of Otago Polytechnic as a fully autonomous institution was a bittersweet occasion for its outgoing leader.
The Clutha district is already planning to spend a step-change $27million on its core infrastructure next year — now a long, expensive process awaits its unfit wastewater treatment plants.
Forty-five car parks are being removed from within new school safety zones around six Dunedin schools.
The PricewaterhouseCoopers’ review of ownership options and dividend payouts of Port Otago used only public information so as to keep the process in the public arena, Otago regional councillors new...
Otago's stop-gap plan for expiring water permits could pit a ‘‘large community’’ against the Otago Regional Council.
The potential privatisation of port operations of the $534 million Port Otago will be up for discussion in Dunedin today.
As economic indicators for the city grow, Dunedin city councillors continue to express concerns about the rising cost of housing in the southern city.
The number of people working for the Dunedin City Council could top 1000 by the end of the year.