Mountain Biking Otago has been ordered to rename three of its tracks on Signal Hill after the Dunedin City Council deemed them inappropriate.
A controversial new 10kmh speed limit and coloured dots on Dunedin's main street are likely to be removed next week.
The Dunedin City Council is expected to receive data today which will help it decide whether the social distancing measures in George St are still necessary.
A new $145,000 campaign aimed at enticing New Zealanders to visit Dunedin, is getting a D-grade from many online.
Mountain biking and Matariki were the only clear winners in yesterday’s annual plan deliberations, as just two projects received requested funding when Dunedin city councillors worked out who would...
More public toilets — including accessible toilets — could become a reality for Dunedin, after the Dunedin City Council requested a report investigating the cost for inclusion its long-term plan.
Dunedin city councillors stuck to a 4.1% rates rise — and bulked up the Dunedin City Council’s Covid-19 recovery fund to nearly $1million as the council’s 2020-21 annual plan deliberations wrapped...
Increased funding for Dunedin’s indigenous "celestial celebration" is an important recognition of 800 years of local history and a step towards "the modern Dunedin", Dunedin city councillor Jim O...
The Dunedin City Council is seeking to develop a cohesive strategy for the Government’s "One Billion Trees" programme, after turning down a funding request from the Tomahawk Smaills Beachcare Trust.
Dunedin’s waterfront development project is on hold while the city weathers the economic impact of Covid-19, but Mayor Aaron Hawkins says "it's a delay, not a death knell".
The Dunedin City Council has rejected a request from two property owners to be connected to the city’s water, after their supply was affected by 1080 poison drops.
The Dunedin City Council has made a U-turn on one of its controversial temporary measures for George St, but the AA is calling for more.
An onslaught of complaints about Dunedin’s main street makeover has prompted calls for an urgent reconsideration of the initiative, and a petition launched calling for a vote of no confidence in the mayor and several councillors.
Engagement on removing cars and increasing pedestrians in Dunedin’s main street could be just around the corner.
It is time to start listening less to outraged George St retailers and analyse what really matters for the central city, writes Richard Thomson.
A high-level group of Dunedin arts, cultural and events organisations says the city’s council venues are becoming unaffordable and too hard to access.
The debate and decision on a contentious 10kmh speed limit through Dunedin’s city centre was delayed yesterday until this morning.
The Dunedin City Council is making contact tracing easier for Dunedin businesses in Level 2, through a secure mobile app called Rippl.
A plan to support local retail and hospitality businesses through Covid-19 Alert Level 2 has been panned by members of the Dunedin business community.