Laser tag and bumper boats were available for people who wanted some activity while others contented themselves with ice-cream or offerings of food on a bright day at Brighton.
Aurora Energy needs to be given some freedom to sort out its problems, Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult says.
When Sandy Graham says she wants to get things done, it feels like she really means it. Grant Miller talks to the DCC's new chief executive about her challenging assignment and life outside the office.
Steps are being broken up and soil dug up, retaining walls will be built and concrete slabs installed, but the result of the disruption should be peaceful.
"Beware the mongrel Mayor" and other disparaging comments about his colleagues may not land Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis in hot water.
Property developers say changing planning rules so more than 2500 homes can be built in Dunedin is desperately needed, but they sense a gap between the vision and reality.
The deferred closure of the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter should not disrupt plans to build a large cloud-computing data centre in Southland, the leader of the proposed centre says.
Aurora Energy has announced Dunedin customers will pay for a larger share of costs as price rises loom, but the company has been criticised for being vague.
One contractor will be in charge of parks throughout Dunedin from mid-2021 and it will have that responsibility for 10 years.
Dunedin knight Sir Ian Taylor says a copyright dispute will not stop him going to air with his graphics when the America's Cup challenger series begins.
The man who will be in charge of major projects in Dunedin says listening and clear communication are crucial for establishing widespread support.
More than $55,000 of ratepayers’ money has been spent investigating Dunedin City Council code of conduct complaints since the 2019 election.
High-profile appointments are expected to help the Dunedin City Council boost its relationship with the business community and push ahead with major projects.
Aurora Energy says the power price rises mooted for Otago residents will not be enough and is pleading for some residents to be charged hundreds of dollars more per year.
The wheels are turning on a transport package designed to make it easier for traffic to get around Dunedin while the city’s new hospital is built. Grant Miller looks into what is proposed.