Lack of clarity about the implications of the Government’s reforms of water, wastewater and stormwater systems is causing frustration among Dunedin city councillors.
Almost 100 houses could be built in a small seaside settlement on the Otago Peninsula if plans come to fruition.
A trial of $1 bus fares or free travel for short trips could be pushed by the Dunedin City Council.
The Dunedin City Council may call for consistency in the way casinos put money into charitable trusts for causes such as reducing harm from problem gambling.
The cost of renewing water, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure in Dunedin in the next 10 years could be more than double what the Dunedin City Council has budgeted.
A shake-up affecting senior staff at the Dunedin City Council should improve efficiency, chief executive Sandy Graham says.
Three-quarters of the Forbury Park Trotting Club’s board face possible removal at the same time as high-stakes negotiations around the sale of its raceway and relocation plans take place.
A review of the Dunedin City Council’s response to lead contamination of East Otago water supplies looks set to examine how well information was passed on.
Dunedin school pupils have been looking to catch plankton, analyse the anatomy of cockles and mussels and monitor the health of water at Karitane.
More historic Dunedin buildings will go the same way as the Scribes bookstore, which is headed for demolition, a heritage trust fears.
A Dunedin music venue has asked city councillors to "guard our vibrancy".
A bold proposal for housing at Forbury Park has emerged and could reinvigorate South Dunedin by providing affordable homes and help the low-lying suburb adapt to climate change.
The University of Otago is not budging on its ban on cycling through the central area of the Dunedin campus.
The Otago University Students’ Association has reasserted its opposition to a proposed delay in upgrading Dunedin’s tertiary precinct.
Dunedin's music scene is at risk of being held to ransom by a few people complaining about noise, a city venue has warned.
The Otago Cricket Association has settled on Tahuna Park in Dunedin as its preferred site for a winter training facility featuring a greenhouse.
Former Waitaki mayor Alex Familton has suggested the DCC take a David Lange-style three-year cup of tea.
A trust that wants a remnant of the once-thriving Port Chalmers shipbuilding industry to be restored has asked the DCC to put $700,000 in its budgets to stabilise a bank and clear any remaining asbestos.
Save Foulden Maar has asked Dunedin city councillors not to get bogged down in details as they go about securing the future of the archaeological site near Middlemarch.
Farmers have been unfairly targeted through the Dunedin City Council’s proposed rates rises that will pay for mainly urban projects, Federated Farmers has argued.