Dunedin councillors will decide next week if they want to hit the accelerator on $35.2 million of Three Waters capital spending amid uncertainty over associated debt.
A partial road closure in Mosgiel will allow for the surfacing of the intersection outside the new pool, Te Puna o Whakaehu, before it opens.
Work is moving steadily along on the one-way development of George St.
Dunedin councillors have endorsed a rates increase of almost 6.6% and declared it a result of fiscal discipline in inflationary times.
Dunedin councillors are this weekend preparing to make arguments about where money should or should not be spent.
After seven years of seeking a new space, archivists are stunned after receiving the "bombshell news" Dunedin’s archives will remain in their current location.
Heavy trucks in Mosgiel’s main street are unsafe and destroying "the economic and social heart" of the town.
An expected influx of people at Back Beach, in Port Chalmers, could be the catalyst for a new multi-organisation approach to a range of projects around Otago Harbour.
Increasing Dunedin City Council funding for the arts and culture sector will help bring about a "vibrant, connected, liveable, healthy and thriving" community.
The Dunedin City Council has been challenged to be the first city in the country to make bus fares free to the public.
Reassurance has been sought the delayed South Dunedin library project will have a revised budget rather than a cost-cutting redesign.
A proposed cycleway connecting Mosgiel and Outram would keep cyclists safe and stimulate the growing cycle tourism market.
A Dunedin developer is unimpressed the owners of the crumbling building next door have been granted a months-long extension of their compliance notice.
When it was plain Jules Radich would be Dunedin’s next mayor, he made a couple of unsurprising, but telling, observations.
Taking on the strength of a taniwha is part of the revamped Karitane playground.
The pavers are being placed and the first tree planted, with less than a month to go before the first part of the George St redevelopment is complete.
A review of Dunedin Public Libraries will look into ways to reduce pressure on staff.
All ideas were considered — pedestrian crossings, changing speed limits, speed bumps, tunnels, overbridges — even a "helicopter hat" that could fly children to school was floated.
The Smooth Hill landfill will be considered by the Environment Court as a community group and Dunedin Airport appeal the approval of the planned facility.
Appetite for spending, taking action over climate change and decisions about transport are among key issues for voters to think about when they elect the next Dunedin City Council. Grant Miller reports.