A row has broken out over the cost of restoring the Dunedin Gasworks Museum.
A Portobello business owner, concerned that proposed parking changes threaten his livelihood, on Saturday dug out new parking signs installed by the Dunedin City Council.
Four Dunedin bed and breakfast operators will not get a reprieve from a sudden switch to more expensive commercial rates, the Dunedin City Council has decided.
Lovelock Ave, in Dunedin, will be left open for cyclists, but only those travelling uphill, the Dunedin City Council decided yesterday.
The Dunedin City Council yesterday approved the Regent Theatre upgrade, as news came that a $50,000 grant had taken fundraising to $1.65 million.
The Otago Theatre Trust has all but raised the $2 million it needs for a major upgrade of the Regent Theatre, with the Dunedin City Council poised to approve the project today.
Hundreds of households in Macandrew Bay and Company Bay were without water for several hours yesterday after a main burst.
Dunedin ratepayers were granted $1.76 million in rates rebates in the financial year to the end of April, with the vast majority of applicants successful in their applications.
The Government's decision to raise GST to 15% could cost the Dunedin City Council up to $750,000 in fees and charges revenue alone, a figure that may be passed on to residents.
Ratepayers who get in quick could dodge a larger-than-forecast rise in Dunedin City Council rates expected to be confirmed next week.
As the local body elections loom on the horizon, Chris Skellett makes a plea for effective community leadership.
Officials were keeping a weather eye on water levels around Dunedin and the Taieri Plain last night as heavy rain continued to fall.
Dunedin City Council stormwater pumps are showing the stress of operating non-stop for more than 48-hours.
More opponents of Dunedin funeral directors Hope and Sons took aim at the company's proposed new cremator in South Dunedin on the second and last day of a resource consent hearing yesterday, but the company, through counsel Phil Page, had the last word.
Two more Dunedin city councillors have confirmed they will stand again at the local body elections in October.
By not implementing a sinking-lid gambling policy, the Dunedin City Council has missed an opportunity to curb problem gambling in the city, welfare organisations say.
Stickers identifying drivers aged over 75 have been withdrawn by the Dunedin City Council, amid concerns they could be ageist and spur safety fears.
After a taxing decade of debate, plans for an upgrade of Riccarton Rd, in East Taieri, Dunedin, are going back to review, leaving residents opposed to the project frustrated and wary of what might happen next.
A group of eagle-eyed volunteers is rallying to protect Dunedin's Town Belt from vandals, following the gratuitous felling of 13 native trees earlier this year.
Dunedin voters will again find candidates' names listed alphabetically in this year's city council elections.