It is not too late to reverse the Otago Peninsula speed changes, writes Nicola McGrouther.
The skate park in Mornington is set to be upgraded this summer, starting a wave of skate facility revamps in Dunedin.
Big plans to boost housing stock in Mosgiel have been welcomed, but a Dunedin city councillor has sounded a note of caution about expectations for more.
Microchipping could be crucial for establishing better control of cats in Dunedin, city councillors have been told.
Business South chief executive Mike Collins has told the Dunedin City Council there is a "communication breakdown" between the council and businesses.
Pupils of Portobello School have told Dunedin city councillors they are worried about a lack of footpaths and safe walkways near the school.
After years of planning, multiple council meetings, thousands of social media posts and one sign banning the mayor from a jewellery shop, the multimillion-dollar upgrade of Dunedin's George St is...
Elected officials from both the Dunedin City and Otago Regional Councils say they should work harder to be synchronised about crucial concerns such as public transport.
What to do about water was one prominent theme for the DCC in 2021. Council reporter Grant Miller reflects on a year that included a lead contamination scare, adoption of an ambitious 10-year plan and a councillor getting trespassed.
The Dunedin City Council needs to deliver a city that people aspire to live in, writes Cr Sophie Barker.
The danger of dead branches falling on cars parked below has sealed the fate of a prominent tree in Hanover St.
A Dunedin woman is determined to kick up a stink over her house being enveloped in rancid air emanating from the nearby Green Island landfill.
Otago regional councillors are saying egos are getting in the way of working together with the Dunedin City Council and the chairman has singled out the mayor.
One of Dunedin’s most well used public toilets remains out of action and in need of maintenance.
The Dunedin City Council will not close its public facilities and cash will remain an accepted mode of payment on the region’s buses, for now.
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.
A broken wire caused one of Dunedin's recently installed Barnes Dances to stop working yesterday.