Taxi driver and city council candidate George Morrison predicts a lot of change at this year's local body elections.
Fliss Butcher and JB Munro would like to see social housing built using public-private partnerships.
Retiring Moana Pool plant supervisor Kevin Brown says he is proud to work at the pool he considers New Zealand's best.
Closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras could be installed in the city centre by Christmas, after the Dunedin City Council voted yesterday to access a fund last used in the 1970s.
The Dunedin City Council bureaucracy continues to expand, with a $10.1 million (34%) increase in the amount paid to staff in five years.
Part of Dunedin's former art gallery at Logan Park would be knocked down to make more room for the University Oval cricket ground under plans unveiled by the Dunedin City Council today.
The clamour against the Dunedin City Council harbourside district plan changes is louder than a foundry hammer.
Dunedin's latest complex of council flats comes with some of the latest mod cons for the sustainability minded, with double glazing, solar assisted hot water, and full insulation.
The Dunedin City Council's total of housing units will rise to almost 1000 from today, when Mayor Peter Chin officially opens three double and two two-bedroom units in Macandrew Rd, South Dunedin.
It is the envy of every English village but is the proposed expansion of the picturesque, tree-lined University Oval worth the $5 million price tag?
A member of the Otago Regional Council has changed sides in the argument about the proposed rezoning of the harbourside area of Dunedin.
A proposal to sell a Department of Conservation reserve in Waikouaiti has aroused concern in the town. Waitati contractor George Terry wants to buy the land, administered by the Dunedin City Council, to establish a depot.
Blocks of heritage buildings in Dunedin could be rescued from neglect by possible zoning changes to be considered by the Dunedin City Council
An Otago Chamber of Commerce advertising campaign aimed at putting pressure on the Dunedin City Council to drop its controversial plan change 7: harbourside, is being backed by more than 160 businesses.
The Dunedin City Council is today expected to unveil plans for the partial demolition of the former art gallery building at Logan Park.
The Dunedin City Council may seek to retain ownership of Carisbrook and develop the site, rather than selling it, it has been confirmed.
A government initiative to engage young unemployed people in their community and help them find work is proving a blooming success in Dunedin.