The Dunedin Botanic Garden has retained its six-star rating, reflecting its status as one of New Zealand’s top garden experiences.
"Sorry" may be a hard word to say, but one Dunedin councillor has not shied away from it over lead contamination of drinking water.
"Sorry" may be a hard word to use, but one Dunedin councillor has not shied away from it over lead contamination of drinking water.
Any push for Maori wards at the Dunedin City Council may depend on a shift in position from mana whenua.
A government probe into lead contamination of drinking water in Otago will examine whether the health response has been adequate or flawed.
Old cast-iron water pipes with lead joins are being replaced in Waikouaiti, as officials seek to remove one possible cause of drinking-water contamination.
Repairing the exterior of Dunedin’s Municipal Chambers and Town Hall complex could take several years.
Old cast-iron water pipes with lead joins are being replaced in Waikouaiti, as officials seek to remove one possible cause of contamination of drinking water.
The Dunedin City Council may have big plans for capital spending in the next decade, but delivering on promised spending this year is an uphill battle.
The struggles of Dunedin Railways in a year afflicted by Covid-19 has led to a group of companies owned by the Dunedin City Council posting a deficit.
As free blood testing begins today, a Waikouaiti resident and former health and safety specialist says a full investigation is needed into the way officials responded to lead contamination of Otago water supplies.
Free fruit and vegetables will be offered to residents of Otago towns who have been asked not to drink their tap water because of lead contamination.
It has been an intense week for Dunedin City Council chief executive Sandy Graham as lead detected in water supplies put communities on edge. Grant Miller reports.
A packed crowd at the East Otago Events Centre wanted answers from officials about the effect of lead in the water at Waikouaiti and Karitane.
Blood tests will help officials work out whether Waikouaiti and Karitane residents may be chronically affected by exposure to lead, a packed public meeting in East Otago has been told.
A softball player who was seriously injured at Moana Pool, sustaining suspected spinal injuries, is on the mend.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has spoken about lead levels in Waikouaiti and Karitane calling the situation "unacceptable".