An extra rate charge is likely to affect some of Dunedin's short-term accommodation providers from next year, but exactly how it will work still needs some tweaking.
A plan to add 41 staff to the Dunedin City Council payroll is in part due to residents asking more of their council, Mayor Dave Culls says.
A Waitati contracting company's plans to develop a yard at Evansdale are set to head to a hearings panel after being declined by a Dunedin City Council planner.
Lime e-scooter ''juicers'', paid to recharge the batteries of the company's electric scooters in Dunedin, have not been instructed to collect scooters at night.
Dunedin City Council contractors have begun clearing slips which have closed Second Beach to the public for the past 18 months.
Dunedin's cycleways, not counting the city's one-way cycle lanes, have cost $4.7 million in the past two and a-half years.
The long wait for a new bridge is almost over for Sutton farmers left facing detours after a damaging flood in 2017.
The man behind a golf hole-in-one challenge at Vauxhall says his plans for the development are still ''ticking along'', despite a months'-long delay resolving an Environment Court appeal.
The Dunedin City Council has struck a deal with Football South over block bookings for the artificial playing surfaces under construction at Logan Park.
Frustration is growing among some St Clair residents unable to return to their homes since they were forced to evacuate last month.
Despite two years of lobbying the Dunedin City Council (DCC) over better protection for its archives there has been a ''very disheartening'' lack of progress, Gwennyth Anderson says.
Dunedin's smart new street lights will be able to double as monitoring tools, but there is no plan to use the technology.
Motorists expecting to be given a parking ticket in Dunedin's CBD yesterday may have been surprised when they got a handful of lollies instead.
The Dunedin Ice Stadium is expected to be closed for another month as work continues to rectify an underground ice block threatening its playing surfaces.
Two more homes in St Clair are now considered dangerous after damage from a landslip was found to have spread to another property.
The owner of a demolition yard at the centre of an investigation into missing authentic materials from Dunedin's Chinese Garden says he has done nothing wrong and has nothing to hide.
The city councillor pushing for the return of a commuter rail service to Dunedin hopes to fast-track the idea.