A construction workforce of about 800 people would be needed for up to 18 months to create a large cloud-computing data centre in Southland.
A large data centre could be built near Invercargill, but the $700 million project needs a tech giant to sign up.
A central city bypass in Dunedin, electronic signboards that point to available parking, a bus priority corridor, sheltered bike lockers, and park-and-ride facilities from Mosgiel may all be part of a multimillion-dollar transport package for the city.
The New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame will get a lifeline from the Dunedin City Council to stay open until June next year.
The New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame may have to close at the end of the year. Grant Miller visits the treasure trove at the Dunedin Railway Station.
A revised policy on dangerous or insanitary buildings in Dunedin will do little to resolve a bugbear for city councillors — property owners getting away with allowing their buildings to deteriorate...
A short-term intervention could buy the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame some time and stave off closure at its Dunedin home.
A contractor that has run into difficulty with the way it has looked after wastewater treatment plants in the Clutha district is also used by the Dunedin City Council, which remains confident its...
A specific and detailed threat against University of Otago graduation ceremonies forced an eleventh-hour abandonment yesterday and a cloud of uncertainty hangs over more events.
A separate bin for food scraps and potentially another for green waste could feature in Dunedin City Council’s next kerbside rubbish and recycling scheme.
The viability of Aurora Energy is not in question, but the state of the books continues to cause unease.
Revenue is up slightly and expenditure down slightly on expectations, but the Dunedin City Council is behind on capital spending.
New hydroslides and improved changing rooms will be part of a $16 million revamp at Dunedin’s Moana Pool.
Generating a workforce to build a new hospital will take a concerted effort — and prison inmates are among the likely future employees who have begun training for the job.
Five years on from a big storm that flooded South Dunedin, some fixes have been made, but a grand plan mapping out the area’s future has yet to take shape. Grant Miller looks at the...
Sport New Zealand says the likely closure of the national sports hall of fame in Dunedin is regrettable.
Otago Polytechnic’s global engagement director has accepted voluntary redundancy amid a downturn in the international student market caused by Covid-19.