Waikouaiti Coast residents unimpressed by a maintenance proposal for Seacliff’s Truby King Reserve say local knowledge and skills have been disregarded.
Ground markings at the former Seacliff asylum could be used to help get across the significance of the main hospital building that once stood there.
The health response to lead contamination of East Otago water supplies has been deemed timely and appropriate, but a review has highlighted communication problems were a hindrance.
A review into the health response to lead contamination of East Otago water supplies has found warnings to the affected communities were issued at the right time.
Demolition work has been halted at the site of a former Dunedin bookshop because the developer should have a building consent.
There could be room for both bicycles and trains if the Otago Central Rail Trail is extended to Dunedin.
A Waikouaiti farm owner wants to subdivide a 19th-century homestead so it can be preserved, but planning rules may get in the way.
City ownership of Dunedin’s train service remains on the rails.
More time will be taken before the future of Dunedin Railways Ltd is determined.
If Dunedin city councillors decide today Dunedin Railways Ltd requires financial support, it will have to come from money that is not in the council’s budget.
Trains could be sold or leased to a business that wants to run a tourism rail service from Dunedin.
Trains could be sold or leased to an organisation that wants to run a tourism rail service from Dunedin.
Wooden power poles are making way for fewer, new steel poles as part of a long-awaited upgrade of a pivotal part of Dunedin’s electricity network.
A difference of opinion about whether future mining could be a realistic proposition at Foulden Maar may be a significant sticking point delaying acquisition of the inland Otago fossil site.
A consistent flow of screen projects could provide enough work for a Dunedin-based film crew year-round.
A dispute involving Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis that has cost tens of thousands of dollars seems set to get more expensive.
The Ministry of Health is evaluating tenders to lead preparations for construction of the new Dunedin Hospital inpatients building.
April fools!! So be honest, how many of you guys fell for it? The future of Forbury Park Raceway is far from settled, but the DCC's already drawing up plans for a housing settlement with a radical water feature.
Otago households will have to wear big increases in electricity lines charges in the next five years, but the price rises will not be quite as steep as Aurora Energy had wanted.
Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins has decried a regional vision for transport as unambitious and defeatist.