The catch-up effort to contain weeds in Dunedin continues.
"Sorry" may be a hard word to use, but one Dunedin councillor has not shied away from it over lead contamination of drinking water.
The majority of the Dunedin City Council's services and facilities will continue to operate at Level 2, but there will be some restrictions and conditions in place.
A $250,000 "rapid review" of Dunedin’s climate emissions and potential solutions recommends the city council prepares a further climate change plan.
Dunedin city councillors have passed up the opportunity to trim from an ambitious $1.5 billion capital spending programme before their draft 10-year plan goes out to public consultation.
Grey Power Otago’s president says a dramatic escalation in the Dunedin City Council’s budgeted debt is horrifying and a proposed rates increase of 9.8% is appalling.
Climate change work is behind the biggest proposed increase in staffing levels at the DCC, as personnel costs across the organisation are set to climb to nearly $70 million next year.
The next round of Dunedin City Council rates notices will include information about proposed planning changes that will pave the way for 2500 homes to be built across the city.
When Sandy Graham says she wants to get things done, it feels like she really means it. Grant Miller talks to the DCC's new chief executive about her challenging assignment and life outside the office.
Nearly two-thirds of Dunedin residents think public consultation is lacking at the Dunedin City Council, the latest Dunedin Residents’ Opinion Survey says.
Contractors have been busy over the holiday period in Dunedin, catching up on grass and weed maintenance, the city council says.
High-profile appointments are expected to help the Dunedin City Council boost its relationship with the business community and push ahead with major projects.
Work to demolish the last part of the former Aoraki Polytechnic building at the corner of Cumberland and St Andrew Sts in Dunedin resumed yesterday.
As rain continues to fall the Dunedin City Council is keeping an eye on the weather forecast in case sandbagging stations are needed if flooding becomes widespread.
Most of the St Andrew St car park, which has been closed while undergoing an upgrade, will be reopened tomorrow to ease the parking needs of Dunedin commuters and Christmas shoppers.
A new ACC building will mean the loss of some car parks for central Dunedin, but Mayor Aaron Hawkins says the development will bring "major economic benefits" to the city.