Removing car parks and bus stops, shifting cycle lanes and introducing 30kmh speed limits may be needed for the streets around the new Dunedin Hospital while it is being built.
A Dunedin firm is poised to take on the big supermarket chains if they are forced to compete on a level playing field.
Dunedin's next economic development strategy will focus on more than just jobs and money, councillors say.
Travel restrictions have been a hindrance to progress on narrowing down options for a hotel development at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin.
A proposal to start a landfill near Dunedin Airport could hit turbulence unless there is a vigilant system to prevent bird strike.
Flats that used to house elderly people in North Dunedin have been farewelled, ahead of demolition and a new purpose for the site.
The opening of a national memorial in Dunedin for conscientious objectors has been held up as a celebration of courage and prompted an apology from Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson.
Dunedin can blunt the impact of Delta’s arrival by creating room for people to stay physically distanced in outdoor spaces and imposing a 30kmh limit in streets, an Otago public health doctor says.
Forcing through water reforms is a cynical move by a Government that lost control amid a toxic debate, southern mayors say.
Pleas from the Dunedin City Council to be allowed to take over managing city bus services have run into a roadblock.
A SDHB member was worried about vaccination mandates for health workers, as well as doctors failing to take seriously people who reported vaccine reactions, but said she was not anti-vax correspondence shows.
A new roundabout on the outskirts of Dunedin may cause more trouble than it is worth, businesspeople in the area fear.
A Dunedin buffet restaurant that admitted selling alcohol without permission has made another pitch for a licence to start selling liquor legitimately.
An Otago man looking at advertisements for properties for sale did not expect to see the name of his own homestead there.
A new home for performing arts in central Dunedin is being billed as a foundation stone for developing the city’s artistic infrastructure, but concerns remain about the viability of the sector.