The former manager of Dunedin's Moana Pool, Steve Prescott, is remaining tight-lipped about a new role running Ashburton's $34 million aquatic and recreation centre.
Betterways Advisory Ltd has hammered another nail into the coffin of its Dunedin waterfront hotel project by withdrawing an appeal to the Environment Court.
The Dunedin City Council has been advised to consider redacting defamatory budget submissions before making them public in future.
The Dunedin City Council has ruled out throwing its weight behind the Wise Response Appeal, after councillors divided into camps over environmental concerns and fears of party political lobbying.
Dunedin City Council's ''pragmatic approach'' to ticketing and warning infringing motorists is improving parking compliance, council regulatory services group manager Kevin Thompson says.
Parts of Dunedin are lacking basic maintenance and city council staff need to put pressure on contractors to improve their performance, a Dunedin city councillor says.
The Dunedin City Council is monitoring a section of the Water of Leith's bank that residents were concerned was at risk of collapse.
None of Dunedin's houses will pass a rental warrant of fitness if the standards used during a recent trial of scheme are applied.
The Dunedin City Council wants more information before making a decision on increasing charges and installing a $110,000 weighbridge at the Green Island landfill.
Going ethical means the Dunedin City Council will have to cull up to $2.668 million of investments, but saying no to pornography will require no change.
Greater discounts for students and those on low incomes are needed to get more people on buses, interest groups say.
The Dunedin City Council wants access to more than $1 million held by the Otago Regional Council for the city's public transport network, as part of any transfer of responsibility for the service.
A second weighbridge at the Green Island landfill could help stop ''skimming'' of the system by some commercial operators using the Dunedin City Council-owned facility, councillors have been told.
The Dunedin City Council has voted to not invest in the munitions, tobacco, fossil fuel extraction, gambling or pornography industries.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has set the scene for city councillors as they begin debating what to spend ratepayers' money on, and what not to, in the 2014-15 financial year.
Councillors yesterday reserved a decision on whether to spend an extra $65,000 next year on an invest-to-save initiative, such as upgrading the lighting at the Civic Centre.
Dunedin city councillor Richard Thomson thinks he might have a plan that could satisfy the desires of both sides of the debate over which part of Portobello Rd/Harington Point Rd to improve first.
The Dunedin City Council is voting this week over whether to take control of the city's public transport next July.