Dozens of public objections to a new deck beside the Dunedin Railway Station, as part of a restaurant development, look set to be ignored.
A long-term upgrade of the safety and accessibility of Dunedin’s campus area is likely to cost between $5 million and $7 million, a report reveals.
Dunedin residents are facing close to a 3% rates rise this year, with early warnings ''hard decisions'' will need to be made next year.
The former director of Aurora Energy's $30 million accelerated pole replacement programme says it is doomed to fail and believes the company faces a billion-dollar spend to upgrade its network.
Calder Stewart has agreed to halt work at the former Carisbrook site after accepting earthworks were being carried out without the required consent, the Dunedin City Council says.
Dunedin City Council contractor Downer continued works on resurfacing the Jetty St overbridge in Dunedin.
The Dunedin City Council is vowing to take a tougher line on illegal rubbish dumping after yet another discovery in the city's bush.
Steve Hawkins no longer fears the sound of rain after a nearly $1 million settlement that's ended a four-year fight with the Dunedin City Council over stormwater problems.
Lines company Aurora Energy has appointed a director to oversee its $30.25million pole replacement programme.
The Dunedin City Council has told a Tb eradication group to remove traps next to popular walking tracks after concern they put people and dogs at risk.
The Dunedin City Council says people should not be concerned about trees overhanging Portobello Rd, despite a large tree crashing on to the popular tourist route this week.
The Automobile Association has waded into the debate about the layout of the peninsula cycleway on Portobello Rd, saying a proposal backed by cyclists would be unsafe for motorists.
Dunedin city councillors were ''railroaded'' into their decision about the Frederick St car park, and given inadequate information about the risk of pulling out, Cr Lee Vandervis says.
The former Tomahawk School site appears likely to become a kindergarten, after a Dunedin City Council decision to approve a 20-year lease.
A departing Aurora Energy board member says pressure to pay for Forsyth Barr Stadium meant less was spent on network maintenance.
The demolition of the Aramoana wharf starts today to the ''disappointment and surprise'' of the trust aiming to restore it.
A ''dangerous'' wharf at Aramoana will be demolished but the piles will remain so it can be rebuilt - pending a trust hitting its fundraising target and Doc granting a concession.
An interactive community hub showcasing gigabit technologies is a ''brilliant asset'' for Dunedin, Digital Community Trust chairman John Gallaher says.
Questions remain over Grady Cameron’s future as chief executive of Aurora Energy as the fallout from a damning review continues.
A report on the beleaguered Dunedin City Council-owned companies Delta and Aurora will be released publicly today.