The process of rezoning land at Awatea St to allow for the construction of a stadium begins today.
Unsecured creditors are expected to lose $60,000 because a company owned by Dunedin City councillor Bill Acklin has ceased trading.
The Dunedin City Council has appointed an Auckland associate professor to carry out a peer review of its $47 million proposal to redevelop the Dunedin Centre.
Carisbrook Stadium Trust chairman Malcolm Farry has criticised some of the property owners the trust has been negotiating with for the Awatea St stadium site.
Corporate box holders at Dunedin's new Awatea St stadium will pay $90,000 before the first match kicks off on the new turf.
The Dunedin City Council has exceeded its self-imposed deadline to be satisfied over property purchase contracts for the Awatea Stadium site.
At least one of Dunedin's Buddhist monks will parade blindfolded in handcuffs today during a protest against China's occupation of Tibet.
A Dunedin father-and-son team will play a significant part in the royal ‘‘thanksgiving service'' for the late Sir Edmund Hillary, to be held in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, on Wednesday.
The Local Government Commission is calling for submissions on a proposal to transfer 40,000ha from the Clutha District Council to the Dunedin City Council.
The Awatea St stadium is not the first in New Zealand to have followed a tortuous path to completion.
Let the fundraising begin. In the blue corner: the Carisbrook Stadium Trust chasing $45.5 million of private funding. In the red corner: the Dunedin City Council's rates and funding...
The private sector's contribution to the stadium project was uppermost in the minds of councillors questioning their staff during the opening rounds of last night's stadium debate.
Dunedin rugby fans can expect stadium salespeople on their doorsteps from next week if the stadium project gets the go ahead.
In the true spirit of Kiwi club rugby culture, the boys are already offering to come round and help build the stadium.
Allanton residents have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a fully fledged, conventional $6.5 million sewerage system for the township and for all Dunedin ratepayers to help pay for it.
Tourism Dunedin says it is taking a more positive view of the downturn in the tourism industry than Destination Queenstown.
The Dunedin City Council has run up against a problem of economics in its bid to protect houses in Somerville St, Andersons Bay, from flooding.