A warning has been given about the need to improve the protection of precious local government records, housed in a DCC basement, near water and sewage pipes.
Almost 40 all-day car parks will be scrapped from the Vogel St area as part of the redevelopment of Dunedin's warehouse precinct.
Public art in Dunedin should be making a comeback after a lengthy hiatus, thanks to a new ''in-house'' model of commissioning works.
A Miovision camera collects traffic data near the corner of Great King and Albany Sts.
Concerns are mounting that the former Sims Engineering building in Port Chalmers faces ''demolition by stealth'' after being left exposed to the elements.
Dunedin city councillors will today consider a recommendation the preferred site for an aquatic facility in Mosgiel be approved.
His heritage experience includes working with 17th-century courthouses and thatched cottages in the English Midlands, but Dan Windwood's found a home in an environment that perhaps best suits his interests.
The debate over Dunedin's latest five-star hotel bid is set to increase following the lodging of a resource consent for the 17-storey shimmering glass tower in the heart of the city.
The former deputy mayor who accused the Dunedin City Council of an own goal over a multimillion-dollar landfill contract has been forced to deny a conflict of interest in the debate.
The Dunedin City Council yesterday had some success in getting people involved in a public process that often struggles to pull a crowd.
The Dunedin City Council hopes the body cameras its parking officers will wear from today will be just what is needed to stop threatening behaviour.
The Dunedin City Council has been accused of scoring an own goal after axing one of its own companies from running the Green Island landfill.
Dunedin parking and animal service officers will be wearing video cameras on the job from tomorrow.
A proposal that new homes in South Dunedin and other coastal areas be relocatable is still firmly on the table despite fierce opposition.
The Dunedin City Council is seeking "feedback" on its 2017-18 annual plan.
More people have come forward criticising plans to close the Aramoana Relief Trust fund, but it appears it has already been granted a temporary reprieve.
April fools!! So be honest, how many of your guys fell for it?Trucks, buses, cars and motorcycles must have them — and now the Dunedin City Council is considering a new bylaw making brake-lights...
Dunedin City Council-owned companies Delta and Aurora are a step closer to becoming separate entities.
A group of central Dunedin retailers and building owners has weighed into the debate over the future of Dunedin Hospital, saying it must stay in the central city.
A sharp rise in visitor numbers has resulted in one Baldwin St resident speaking out about tourists she says are walking on to her property and peering in the windows.