Sitting behind a bar has been known to bring some pleasure in life, but not the one at the Dunedin Town Hall.
The Dunedin City Council has thrown its support behind an alternative plan to build a modern bridge across the Taieri River at Sutton.
Work to improve the ride along Dunedin's Portsmouth Dr cycleway and walkway is under way, as new figures show cyclists used the route more than 100,000 times last year.
The owners of Dunedin's most neglected heritage buildings have been outed by the city council.
The lease to quarry Dunedin's landmark Saddle Hill has been snapped up by a Canterbury-based operator, but the company is not yet ready to say if it will make changes.
The state of the roads and footpaths in Ravensbourne has been labelled a disgrace by a community board member.
A Dunedin heritage building could be demolished and turned into a car park by a multinational company that has left the site empty for a decade.
Motorists can now use the full length of Taieri Mouth Rd again after a detour near Kuri Bush was lifted on Thursday.
The Dunedin City Council has signed off on a new information disclosure policy for one of its companies.
Asbestos has been found in two more Dunedin mud-tanks.
Dunedin has partnered with Hamilton in an alliance to attract professional and industry association conferences to both cities.
An Environment Court appeal over Dunedin's latest five-star hotel bid was withdrawn yesterday, but the man behind the project says he is not giving up yet.
The type of organisation eligible for a slice of the Dunedin City Council's $300,000 for place-based group grants has been decided.
The man behind a hole-in-one golf challenge on Otago Harbour says he is ''ecstatic'' after winning his fight for consent.
Dunedin City Council staff made the right call keeping the Edgar Centre open to the public, despite it being ''significantly'' earthquake-prone, Mayor Dave Cull says.
Dunedin City Council chief executive Sue Bidrose says she is "delighted'' to have signed on with the organisation for another two years.
The man behind Dunedin's latest five-star hotel bid may go back to the drawing board again, after a new look for his project failed to win over critics.
The proposed downsizing of New Zealand Post and Kiwibank's footprint in Dunedin risks ''banging a nail into the coffin'' of South Dunedin, the city's deputy mayor says.
Australian military contracts could deliver up to 500 jobs and help kick-start a new wave of engineering in Dunedin, a major firm says.
Being put on hold by the Dunedin City Council may no longer be a painful experience.