A $320,000 injection of government cash into performing arts in Dunedin has been hailed as a chance to ''really get it right'' after the demise of the Fortune Theatre.
For the first time in nearly 15 years, the Court of Appeal is sitting in Dunedin - and it will not be the last.
The Dunedin City Council is pressing ahead with new 3000-Kelvin street lights for the city, despite concerns it might spell trouble for the city's ''dark sky'' ambitions.
The Dunedin City Council's new property services group manager says the department has turned a corner after a difficult period.
A critic of the way the Dunedin City Council has handled the former Sims Engineering building in Port Chalmers says more needs to done to protect the historic building while a use is found.
A controversial quarry will be able to continue on Dunedin's Saddle Hill as long as it remains within its existing footprint, the Dunedin City Council says.
Marewa Preddy-Parata (left), Phyllis Smith, Edward Ellison, Otago Regional Council deputy chairwoman Gretchen Robertson and chairman Stephen Woodhead admire an artwork, entitled Kaitiakitanga, at...
New exhibitions at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum in Dunedin are on hold for at least a year so staff can focus on processing a backlog of items in its collection.
Retaining the century-old Sims Engineering building in Port Chalmers is likely to be extensive and costly, a report has found.
The Dunedin City Council staff member who played a key role in bringing this year's Trenz conference to the city for the first time has resigned to take up a new role in Christchurch.
A review of the Dunedin City Council's in-house economic development, marketing and tourism agency, Enterprise Dunedin, is under way.
The days of some types of insurance cover could be numbered, after two major companies lifted premiums in Dunedin and other centres because of the heightened risk of natural disasters.
The Dunedin City Council is on the hunt for suitable space for new recycling hubs following the ‘‘overwhelming’’ success of the first two.
A cash injection for Dunedin's waterfront development from the Government's $3 billion Provincial Growth Fund is just the start, but developers are already lining up to back the project, the DCC says.
The Government is set to announce financial support for Dunedin's multimillion-dollar waterfront development project.
Community groups with projects based on geographical area rather than a particular interest will soon be able to seek financial support from a new Dunedin City Council grants fund of up to $900,000.