A proposal for a new batch of bus shelters has left some affected property owners in less than a transport of delight.
The Dunedin City Council sees a hint of light at the end of the tunnel after four years of high-profile headaches, but it is counting the cost after an almost complete clean-out of its top managers. Chris Morris reports.
The Dunedin City Council's alleged Citifleet fraud has claimed another victim with the shock resignation of infrastructure and networks general manager Tony Avery.
The Dunedin City Council has indicated its support for a community project to restore the Aramoana wharf.
Dunedin is set to save $7 million after better economic times meant the city council was able to renegotiate a $75 million loan.
Plans to bring forward the 4am closing time of Dunedin bars have sparked the highest number of submissions to the Dunedin City Council for any issue in years.
Three Dunedin city councillors have voted to extend a 50kmh speed limit on Portobello Rd, against a staff recommendation.
The future of one of Dunedin's - and possibly New Zealand's - most significant historic warehouses is in the hands of three city councillors following a final attempt to persuade them they should allow it to be turned into apartments.
Dunedin could consider scrapping its central ward - and even the need for some councillors - as part of a shake-up of its local body electoral system.
The value of Dunedin's physiotherapy pool was stressed to the Dunedin City Council at a public forum yesterday.
Dunedin city councillor Andrew Noone has conceded defeat after failing to overturn opposition to a proposed road name in Sawyers Bay.
The effectiveness of Audit New Zealand is being questioned as a war of words erupts over the Dunedin City Council's alleged $1.5 million vehicle fraud.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull concedes a chance to detect the alleged $1.5 million Citifleet fraud may have been missed, after the council twice overlooked advice from Audit New Zealand.
A multimillion-dollar cut to New Zealand Transport Agency funding for Dunedin roading projects is a ''bitter pill to swallow'', and could have implications for work programmes across the city, Dunedin City Council staff say.
Opposition to the Dunedin City Council's sale of millions of dollars' worth of surplus land is growing, with the second recent sale to emerge infuriating a nearby community theatre.
A Dunedin City Council delegation's $18,000 trip to Otaru and Edinburgh has turned into a political football amid barbs about ''junkets'' and questions over the cost.
The $100,000 cost to date for traffic barriers and signs at the corner of Anzac Ave and Frederick St is lunacy, a Dunedin city councillor says.
An investigation into irregularities within the Dunedin City Council's Citifleet and Citipark departments is examining the disappearance of dozens of council vehicles, it has been confirmed.