Fulton Hogan appears to be in line to secure a major Dunedin City Council contract, potentially worth more than $100million, while rival Downer seeks new roles for up to 30 affected staff after...
A large commuter car park will have less space for vehicles when a long-delayed upgrade is finally carried out later this year, the Dunedin City Council says.
Solutions to rubbish problems in North Dunedin are on the table after large items of furniture were dumped on footpaths in recent weeks, the University of Otago and Dunedin City Council say.
The Dunedin City Council has recruited a new transport group manager to fill the gap left by the departure of Richard Saunders to the Otago Regional Council.
A push to find a new piece of public art for Dunedin’s Octagon is taking longer than expected, after ‘‘time constraints’’ led to the deadline for proposals being extended, the DCC says.
Ratepayers are picking up the bill as the Dunedin City Council puts on extra services to remove large items of furniture discarded on some North Dunedin streets.
Fifteen new state houses will be built in Dunedin this year, amid increasing concerns over the city’s house prices.
Many migrants and refugees in Dunedin will be able to access vital information about the city in their own languages.
Three major Dunedin roads will be closed for resealing next week, including a main access route between Mosgiel and the city.
A Dunedin city councillor benefiting financially from millions of dollars worth of Dunedin City Council contracts says he is following the rules and delivering savings to ratepayers.
The Dunedin City Council should cover the cost of upgrading Aurora Energy’s ageing infrastructure, not customers, Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker says.
The man driving the success of Forsyth Barr Stadium says he is ‘‘up for the fight’’ if Christchurch tries to muscle in on Dunedin’s economic windfall from major events.
A single appeal which has stalled the development of hundreds of new homes across Dunedin has been resolved, the Dunedin City Council says.
Asset sales will be back on the table when the Dunedin City Council considers how to pay for future projects not yet in its budget, councillors have been told.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis is remaining tight-lipped over a possible judicial review of the decision to censure him, despite telling colleagues he has "good grounds" to pursue one.
Work has begun to repair a slip at Turnbulls Bay, so construction of the multimillion-dollar Otago Peninsula cycling and walking connection can continue.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis is vowing to continue using his ‘‘loud’’ voice despite being censured by his colleagues for aggressive behaviour towards a Dunedin City Council staff member.