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.
Dunedin ratepayers are unlikely to see any windfall profit from the city's passel of bush-damaging possums.
It's been talked about for 17 years. Now, a start on construction of the Dunedin Botanic Garden's Mediterranean garden is only months away.
Air New Zealand will be carrying Dunedin passengers to Australia from the beginning of next month, but not the region's freight.
Dunedin City Council staff have come under fire from members of the Opoho Bowling Club, which is facing closure. A 140-name petition was presented to the community development committee yesterday rejecting a committee recommendation to cancel the club's lease of reserve land after June 30.
A Dunedin City Council resource consent panel is to this month consider an application to build a large office and residential block on land the council wants to turn into a road.
‘‘If people want a dying city - vote against it!''
Some pedestrians are climbing a high netting fence and illegally crossing the railway tracks that separate central Dunedin from the harbourside area, after the accidental demolition of the overhead footbridge earlier this month.
People who used the Dunedin Railway Station overbridge, which was demolished by a container on a railway wagon on February 12, can expect to be taking the long way round for a long time yet.
The Dunedin City Council and owners of harbourside land earmarked for development have attacked, in submissions, Historic Places Trust plans to register the land as a ‘‘historic area''.
The Hands off Harrop group is ‘‘appalled'' the Dunedin City Council has decided to go ahead with the atrium on the side of the town hall in Harrop St.
The Dunedin City Council has approved a $45.14 million redevelopment of the Dunedin Town Hall and the Dunedin Centre which includes the controversial Harrop St atrium.
The Civic Centre, where the Dunedin City Council is based, is in line for a $2.25 million makeover next year.
Businesses buying water from the Dunedin City Council are likely to get a breathing space before big increases in tariffs are introduced.