Dunedin could soon join cities around the globe in declaring a climate emergency, and may also accelerate its push to become carbon-neutral.
A Dunedin City Councillor says he'll ask councillors to support the preservation of Foulden Maar - adding the council can no longer remain neutral on a resource consent application for a proposed mine.
Dunedin's mayor wants an urgent explanation from the company behind a controversial mining proposal about discrepancies between its official statements and information contained in a leaked report.
Dunedin could soon follow Auckland's lead by introducing lower speed limits for e-scooters in the city, the Dunedin City Council says.
A former cabinet minister and a community board chairman will run as Labour Party candidates at the local body elections later this year.
Like it or not, there are going to be many current and prospective local body politicians seeking attention over the coming months.
The Southern Labour chairwoman says Dunedin has nothing to fear from the rise of politically aligned councillors.
The Dunedin Symphony Orchestra is seeking a funding boost as it prepares for a major programme next year.
Mountain Biking Otago is seeking backing for an ''iconic'' track for Dunedin - even though it plans to pay for it itself.
Opposition from a men's group to a visit by an Australian feminist writer has prompted increased security at a Dunedin writing festival.
A volcanic crater at Foulden Hill near Middlemarch should be turned into a ''geo-park'', not sacrificed to the mining industry, two residents say.
Dunedin's Pasifika community is ready to play a larger role in the city’s wellbeing and is asking for more support from the Dunedin City Council to do so.
Consideration needs to be given to allowing telephone voting at the upcoming local elections, a Dunedin-based disability advocate says.
The Dunedin City Council has been asked to take over the construction and ownership of a new artificial hockey turf planned for South Dunedin.
The Dunedin City Council has again been urged to ''do something'' to protect its invaluable collection of archival material.
One of Dunedin's most popular bush walks is set to receive a temporary fix nearly two years after it was closed.