Bus advocacy group Bus Go Dunedin supports a proposed central bus hub but wants to ensure it is well-designed and welcoming for users and does not become a poorly-maintained ''ghetto''.
The Dunedin City Council will recoup $420,000 from a land sale that helped settle a dispute with Dunedin city councillor Doug Hall.
The Dunedin City Council is continuing to close the gaps in its defences in the wake of the $1.5 million Citifleet fraud.
The Dunedin City Council's group debt has dropped by more than $25 million on the back of stronger results by its companies, new figures show.
A target to reduce Dunedin City Council's emissions 5% by 2018-19 is partly about setting a good example, Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says.
The Dunedin City Council has signalled a funding increase for Otago Museum, but stopped short of a request for more than $1 million over the next decade.
The Dunedin City Council's building consent processing times have again broken through a 20-day limit, after what staff say is a spike in applications, and staff issues.
Debt levels will remain higher for longer, but rates increases will be trimmed, if a revised Dunedin City Council budget to be considered next week is accepted.
The Dunedin City Council is to consider consulting residents on whether it should help fund the Otago Therapeutic Pool in Dunedin.
A draft 30-year infrastructure strategy for Dunedin city has been approved by city councillors for public consultation.
An in-depth report into a more than $1.5 million fraud at Dunedin City Council has revealed it went beyond the sale of 152 council-owned vehicles.
Former Queenstown Lakes District Council operations general manager Ruth Stokes has been appointed to the position of infrastructure and networks general manager at Dunedin City Council, replacing departing manager Tony Avery.
The Dunedin City Council will fund the central business district cardboard collection service following the contractor's decision to stop providing the service.
Two of Otago's coastal recreation spots are among 14% nationally where water quality is considered to be at high risk for swimming.
Dunedin City Councillor Lee Vandervis has slammed the council over its handling of allegations he made three years ago against the man at the centre of a $1.59 million fraud.
Dunedin city councillors have responded to the Deloitte report on the $1.59 million Citifleet fraud with disappointment and anger, but also with confidence new systems in place will make sure it does not happen again.
A sensetive expenditure policy has been implemented by the Queenstown Lakes District Council as a direct result of the fraud at the Dunedin City Council.
The man who led the investigation into a $1.59 million fraud at the Dunedin City Council says ''a lot of work'' went into it.