The Dunedin City Council has voted to lobby the MetService to accelerate plans for a rain radar covering the city, despite a last-minute assurance from Mayor Dave Cull.
A cycle trail linking the Taieri to the rest of Dunedin through a former rail tunnel is a step closer.
The Dunedin City Council says it has no plans to ''get rid of Christmas'', despite the lack of festive decorations in city streets.
Changes to skip charges in Dunedin is just another form of revenue gathering, affected businesses say.
Dunedin's inner-city commuters will be encouraged to travel to work together as a way of adapting to some of the major changes to parking in the city.
A trial of new streetlights in South Dunedin has failed to impress the city's night sky proponents but residents say they are happy with the change.
A proposal to develop a wedding venue in a historic farm shed near the Tomahawk Lagoon has drawn the ire of some residents.
Lines company Aurora Energy says it expects to accelerate plans to replace higher risk equipment following a report that criticises obsolete technology and incomplete maintenance.
The Dunedin City Council has missed out on a multimillion-dollar windfall from one of its companies, as efforts continue to pay back a $40 million bill for borrowed dividend payouts.
E-scooters could be zipping around Dunedin's streets by Christmas but not everybody is happy they are rolling into town.
Barnes Dance trials are being proposed by NZTA for the two Albany St intersections in Cumberland and Great King Sts.
The DCC says it will cover the cost of seismic strengthening work at the Edgar Centre before deciding whether to pursue compensation through the courts.
New houses will either be banned or made more difficult to build in the most flood-prone parts of Dunedin under changes in the DCC's second-generation district plan.
Making the new Dunedin Hospital a part of the city rather than an island separated by busy one-way streets will be one challenge for the new transport network project.
Dunedin residents could be in for more road cones and traffic snarl-ups, as changes are expected to a one-way system already in the middle of a cycle lane-driven upgrade.
New rules guiding Dunedin's development for at least the next decade will provide enough land for up to 1200 new houses.
The conversion of Dunedin's warehouse precinct into a place to ''live, work and play'' should be easier following a significant change in zoning rules, the Dunedin City Council says.