Housing for refugee families is desperately needed, the Dunedin City Council heard yesterday.
The Mayfair Theatre could be gifted to the city if it is selected for the site of a mid-size theatre development.
Consent documents for the application to fast track the building of the new Dunedin hospital are still months away from being lodged.
The Countdown supermarket in central Dunedin, were four people were stabbed earlier this week, has reopened.
There will be 24-hour security at Countdown Dunedin Central to support staff struggling in the aftermath of this week’s stabbing attack.
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A man is in custody after an alleged theft in North East Valley prompted an armed police callout this afternoon.
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.
One person has been taken to Dunedin Hospital with moderate injuries after a crash in the suburb of Mornington.
A group worried about the vulnerability of Dunedin City Council’s archives has renewed its call to move them out of the civic centre basement.
More parking is needed in the area where the new Dunedin Hospital will be built, Otago Farmers Market representative Cherry Lucas says.
Stuffing, fuzz and fur may not be part of the human anatomy, but that will not stop the teddy bears of Dunedin from being a helpful part of the medical world.
The Southern region is once more in the vanguard of the march to vaccinate New Zealanders against Covid-19.
Mountainous cancer treatment waiting lists have defeated the Southern District Health Board, which yesterday called for outside help to treat up to 200 people.
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.