Dunedin is set to become an international hub of creativity late next month when it puts on a conference expected to attract people from as far afield as Italy and Papua New Guinea.
Dunedin's new district plan has been delayed for up to a year.
Local Government New Zealand president and Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has apologised to the Taxpayers' Union ''for any confusion'' about an article he penned in August.
The developer of land in Outram has been told he can go ahead, but must not build on an area of rural land containing high-class soil.
The long-promised cycle/walkway to Port Chalmers has suffered a major cost blowout and subsequent delay.
A tourism operation including a hole-in-one golf challenge into an ''underutilised'' Otago Harbour could be the latest tourist attraction in Dunedin.
The Dunedin City Council's group of companies has returned a surplus, but directors say the group is in for a difficult time as it upgrades the city's electricity network.
Directors of Dunedin City Council companies have been told in no uncertain terms the community is not happy with an almost $1 million payout to a departing chief executive.
It seems there really is such a thing as a free ride.
A new member could be elected to the Strath Taieri Community Board by Christmas.
An increase in spending by Australian tourists in Dunedin is partly a result of the city's marketing campaign, Enterprise Dunedin says.
A plan for a 10-apartment heritage redevelopment by Dunedin's harbourside could inject life back into the larger Loan and Mercantile building redevelopment.
Funds set aside for businesses hit by the recent boil water notice in Dunedin could be released earlier than expected.
A community organisation has its claws out after Dunedin City Council contractors discarded dead cats without contacting owners, prompting the council to look at its processes.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has criticised figures released by the Taxpayer's Union.
Emerson's Brewery is hoping to resume production tomorrow but the water contamination scare could cost the company as much as $60,000.
The Dunedin City Council is setting aside $100,000 to support people and businesses affected by this week's water scare, but health authorities are warning the worst could be yet to come.
Shared presentations by Otago Regional Council and Dunedin City Council representatives about climate change and South Dunedin were ''very well received'' at a recent national conference in Auckland.
Geotechnical assessments on two key Otago Peninsula roads could help make the slip-prone area more resilient in future severe weather events.
Work is about to begin on the $8million one-way street system cycleway in Dunedin.