Dunedin City Council chief executive Sue Bidrose has linked her pay to that of her staff.
Dunedin's mayor may have been getting frustrated when he asked a ratepayer if he was 'deaf or just stupid', but disabilities should not be a default for insults, writes Hilary Stace.
Illegal dumpers in Dunedin could now be stung with up to $400 fines after Dunedin city councillors backed a plan for extra enforcement powers.
Dunedin mayor Dave Cull has been forced into a hasty apology after asking a member of the public if he was “deaf or just stupid”.
The Dunedin City Council has been taken to task for failing to invest boldly enough in arts and culture.
The Dunedin City Council says victory in a long-running legal fight to protect the landmark shape of Saddle Hill from a quarry shows it was right to turn to the courts.
The Dunedin City Council is claiming victory after the Court of Appeal ruled in its favour in a long-running legal battle over the Saddle Hill quarry.
Dunedin city councillors have been given an assurance they have time to make the ''right'' decision on the type of LED lights to be installed across the city.
A pedestrian-only zone in Dunedin's city centre could be a step closer to reality.
A pensioner is miffed by the DCC's refusal to pay for a water filter she bought and had installed after Mosgiel's water supply changed.
Farmers could be hit with unaffordable rates rises if the Dunedin City Council approves everything in its 10-year plan, councillors were told yesterday.
The Dunedin City Council will consider designating High St as a cable car route to support the push to return heritage transport to the city.
Elderly people could be driven out of Dunedin if the city council goes ahead with the planned rates increase in its draft 10-year plan, councillors have been warned.
The Otago Museum is asking for help from the Dunedin City Council as it faces a bill of up to $25 million for upgrades over the next decade.
A key figure in Dunedin's tourism industry has blasted the performance of Enterprise Dunedin, saying it has been an ''unmitigated disaster'' and change is needed.
Sport Otago has taken aim at the Dunedin City Council by questioning its commitment to an active city, the redevelopment of Logan Park and plans for a new Mosgiel pool.
Ngai Tahu wants to play a significant role in the cultural and financial future of Dunedin, including spending some of their ‘‘big purse’’ on projects within the city.
The Dunedin City Council has been urged to lower its sights as it considers a 10-year, $850 million vision for the city's future.
A Dunedin City Council contractor trims vegetation growing on the cliff face above Shore St yesterday.
Large red stripes that have appeared on Dunedin streets are part of a project to improve safety around a cluster of central city schools.