The Dunedin City Council appears to have staved off what could have been a bitter Environment Court battle with the city's business community, after a joint announcement yesterday that an agreement on the harbourside development had been signed.
Supermarket operator Progressive Enterprises' bid to build a Countdown outlet in South Dunedin - beside the Dunedin Gasworks Museum - has been rejected by the Dunedin City Council's resource consents hearings committee.
Knocking down an 18-year-old building to replace it with a "green" one makes no sense, Waikouaiti Community Board deputy chairwoman Geraldine Tait says.
Lacking only a roof, this classic fixer-upper needs TLC, but is a diamond in the rough and a handyman's special.
A report recommending new investment in Dunedin's pools will be scrutinised by a working party established by the Dunedin City Council.
A proposal to cut the speed limit in Seacliff is among 46 limit changes proposed by the Dunedin City Council.
The Forsyth Barr Stadium has waned spectacularly as a subject for those making annual-plan submissions to the Dunedin City Council this year.
Recent modifications to the voting system in Dunedin could bring sweeping changes to the city's political landscape, as the next election closes fast on voters.
Level three water restrictions could be introduced for the first time in parts of Dunedin, if a dry spell continues to parch the Waikouaiti River.
With changes to Dunedin's ward system creating a large urban ward for the central city, sitting councillors and new candidates are reviewing their options for the campaign ahead. David Loughrey reports.
Mayor Peter Chin pushes Isabella Mansell (1) up Stuart St, Dunedin, as part of a public walk to mark World Health Organisation's urban health campaign "1000 cities, 1000 lives".
A $75,000 "goodwill gesture" from Telecom will go towards native plantings at Harbour Cone, Middlemarch and Warrington, in Dunedin, after the company sought to make amends for the failures of its XT system.
Sculptor Regan Gentry says it is ridiculous for people to criticise his unfinished work depicting oversize wisdom teeth in Portsmouth Dr, Dunedin.
Dunedin ecologist Cedric Woods explains how he thinks the Hereweka Block (Harbour Cone to Peggy's Hill) gives Dunedin the chance to trial a sustainable future and to inspire others.
A 3ha block of exotic trees at Frasers Gully, in Dunedin, will be felled, after a resource consent decision paved the way for their removal.
A plan to arrest the continuing decline of South Dunedin has been unveiled by the Dunedin City Council.
Ratepayers across Otago face the possibility of unscheduled rates hikes within months if the Government confirms plans to lift GST as high as 15%.
St Kilda resident Vicki Warrington is "not holding her breath" that plans to flush water pipes in her area will solve her dirty water problems in the long term.
The Hocken wing of the Otago Museum, in which Dr T. Hocken's magnificent gift to the people of the Dominion is housed. - Otago Witness, 6.4.1910. • Although the forthcoming season is to be a close one for native game, according to law, there has not been a time for some years past when wild pigeons were so plentiful in the Catlin's Bush.