An interfaith prayer area will be created at the Dunedin City Library and a second space will be set up for members of the Muslim community.
Dunedin's old Cadbury factory can be demolished to clear the way for the city's new hospital. The Ministry of Health has today been granted a resource consent to demolish several factory buildings and facades in Cumberland St.
Establishing a Maori ward will not be considered as part of the Dunedin City Council’s representation review.
Dunedin councillors want more information before they decide whether ideas from a brainstorming event are worth backing to the tune of $160,000.
The level of Dunedin City Council’s debt could climb appreciably after councillors decided a debt ceiling of $350 million would be far too limiting.
Lee Vandervis is set to argue in the High Court that the process for investigating his conduct was flawed and a censure should be set aside.
The best ways of partnering with Maori and whether councillors should be elected from separate areas will be part of a Dunedin City Council review next year.
A long-awaited memorial commemorating prominent pacifist Archibald Baxter is set to be installed in Dunedin early next year.
Capital spending projections by the Dunedin City Council will have to be rethought if councillors stick to a debt limit of $350 million.
Dunedin's Municipal Chambers and the town hall will be examined after some ornamental Oamaru stone fell from the chambers building.
Asking people to tap into their creativity may help to produce a vision for the complex task of managing Dunedin’s St Clair-St Kilda coastline.
Dunedin's next decade could feature council composting of organic waste, a better network of cycling tracks or a drive to sort out basic infrastructure.
Anyone who believes Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis is the victim of a stitch-up can find material to support that view. His colleagues, however, say his intimidating behaviour cannot be tolerated. Grant Miller assesses the evidence.
The future of Dunedin’s Fortune Theatre, as well as the city’s performing arts sector, could become clearer by the end of the year.
The level of commitment shown to pushing ahead with building Dunedin’s new hospital at the chosen central city site could help the Ministry of Health’s case that demolition there should proceed.
An Otago specialist in public health medicine has likened lack of improvement in socio-economic conditions for Maori and Pacific people to a boot on their throat.