Construction works for Dunedin’s multimillion-dollar central city upgrade could start next month, before the final design for the main street has been settled.
The Dunedin City Council has opted out of giving a $100,000 lifeline to the city’s beleaguered New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame.
How can Dunedin have a better bus service that at least breaks even? City councillor Andrew Whiley has a plan ...
Using the footprint of a demolished parking building as temporary free parking for Dunedin Hospital staff has been taken off the table.
Destination playgrounds may be popular with parents, but what children really need is a packet of matches and a vacant lot, in the view of one Dunedin city councillor.
There is no pay increase for Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins, but his colleagues have received a small rise.
The Dunedin City Council is reminding residents of Waikouaiti, Karitane and Hawksbury Village it is still important to follow its 'do not drink' notice as recent testing has found E. coli in...
The Dunedin City Council’s full year of capital expenditure is expected to scrape past $100 million, which is down on budget, but a better rate of delivery than had appeared likely a few months ago.
More than $2 million has been saved on Dunedin City Council personnel costs in the past 11 months, as some vacancies have remained unfilled.
An event hosted by a controversial anti sex self-identification group will go ahead at a Dunedin City Council-owned venue.
Emailed threats have not dissuaded the Dunedin City Council from overwhelmingly voting to bolster Maori representation around the council table.
The Dunedin City Council has approved a 10-year plan that will help build a resilient city that people want to live in, Mayor Aaron Hawkins says.
Two appointments at the Dunedin City Council have completed the organisation’s restructuring of its leadership group.
The future of the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame remains unclear after a limited discussion at a Dunedin City Council meeting.
Money was saved before spending was squeezed and the upshot of four days of debate is still a rates increase of about 9.8% in Dunedin.
Disagreement about points of order and discontent about councillor behaviour have again flared up at the Dunedin City Council today.
Proposed terms of reference for an investigation into the Dunedin City Council's handling of the lead contamination of East Otago water supplies have been outlined.