The barren median strip in Stuart St will once again be filled with flora, but this time the Dunedin City Council is taking steps to protect it.
The chief executive of an insurance company holding its first conference in Dunedin this week says he would happily have it in the city again.
Dunedin's city council-owned venues have experienced a 20% rise in conference and events business in the last year, attracting higher-spending visitors to the city.
The organisers of two charitable car shows are calling on the Dunedin City Council to reverse a ban on their use of Tahuna Park.
Suggestions on Dunedin's direction in public art are already coming in as the Dunedin City Council gets ready to launch its public art labs.
Dunedin businesses are cautiously optimistic about the city council's $850million plan for the city.
The Cancer Society wants vaping prohibited in smokefree parts of Dunedin, saying e-cigarettes don't send the right message.
The Dunedin City Council needs to carry a bigger stick to encourage owners of dilapidated buildings to care for them, a Dunedin city councillor says.
The chief executive of the Otago Chamber of Commerce got a grilling yesterday after arguing 100% of members surveyed wanted the choice of opening on Easter Sunday.
Dunedin's welcome signs are about to get a makeover, with the Dunedin brand's gothic font set to replace the original lettering.
A Mosgiel man who has been vocal in calling attention to ``sewage overspill'' in some homes in the suburb says he plans to wait and see how successful plans to counter the problem are.
After facing flood and housing struggles, a positive hub has popped up for the South Dunedin community.
The Strath Taieri Community Board is remaining steadfast in its silence and its support for disgraced member Bevan Dowling, despite growing calls for him to quit.
There were impassioned pleas and some pointed criticism as the Dunedin City Council began hearing submissions on new rules for beaches and reserves yesterday.
Work on the proposed $5million to $7million upgrade of the safety and accessibility of Dunedin's campus area has moved to the next step as the council asks staff to look at funding options.
The Dunedin City Council has recommenced its contract with a Black Power leader facing dangerous driving and drugs-related charges.
A ramp built from tyres and ropes could allow surfers safe access to and from St Clair's waves as early as June.