People calling the Dunedin City Council have encountered delays at peak times, as an upgrade of the phone and email systems is being implemented.
A Dunedin-targeted rate created in 2010 to provide a way to fund specific tourism or economic development projects will be discarded, after it was never used.
Dunedin property owners who have rubbish and recycling collected from the kerb will pay a flat rate for the upgraded service.
Dunedin councillors have agreed to a compromise about the contentious issue of whether to fly the Palestinian flag from city buildings.
A Dunedin councillor who is calling for the Palestinian flag to be flown from city buildings has described the conflict in Gaza as murder.
A councillor railing against secrecy faced a call to have his microphone muted when he revealed a $7 million decision was going to be discussed in private.
An unexpectedly firm recovery in migration levels halted a population dip for Dunedin through Covid-19 and led to an adjustment in the estimated housing demand needed for the decade to 2034.
The Dunedin City Council is turning to Dutch expertise as it confronts the threat of sea level rise.
Council chief executives across Otago say the ways their organisations are funded are a poor match with work that needs to get done.
Anyone in Dunedin who wants to sign up right now for a wheelie bin for their rubbish may struggle to get one.
A battle is brewing between cyclists and train enthusiasts over who claims the Taieri Gorge railway, and for what. Reporter Grant Miller strides into the emerging fray.
Contractors might have to go green if they want their tender applications to get the tick from the Dunedin City Council.
After years of discussions behind closed doors, Dunedin City Council workshops finally opened to the public — to an empty house.
Ratepayer subsidies for train rides from Dunedin for passengers off cruise ships should come under scrutiny, a community board chairman says.
Otago is the New Zealand region by far most vulnerable to wilding pine infestation and calling on the government for more funding is a "no-brainer", Otago Regional Council chairwoman Gretchen...
Otago regional councillors have decided to meet a funding shortfall for security guards at the Dunedin bus hub and on some buses.
Dunedin dog owners say the city is dog-friendly, but out-of-control, off-leash canines and faeces on the footpath irk some.
The Dunedin City Council is worried about how proposed land and water rules might damage the prospects of its forestry company.