The number of demands for information from the Dunedin City Council have jumped to 66 in just three months, mainly as a result of members of the public and the media chasing details relating to the Forsyth Barr Stadium.
The Dunedin man who laid a complaint against Dunedin city councillor Paul Hudson, after a heated telephone call following a death at Lawyers Head, is still waiting for an outcome more than two months later.
Dunedin city councillors have agreed to amend a new management plan for Okia Reserve, on Otago Peninsula, after doubts were raised about prioritising yellow-eyed penguins over other wildlife.
Brighton woman Kaye Wilson says she may be forced sell her home, after the Dunedin City Council approved plans for a 30m-high cellphone tower nearby.
The Dunedin City Council says an ultra-fast broadband network, dedicated to advanced research in New Zealand, is "underutilised" and should be opened up to the public.
Street names that better reflect Dunedin's history could soon be popping up in new developments around the city.
The group promoting a plan to have cable cars rolling up and down Dunedin's High St has been encouraged to continue its work by the Dunedin City Council.
The chairman of the Dunedin City Council's infrastructure services committee has again signalled plans to introduce a new kerbside collection system in Dunedin could be delayed.
Plans to investigate a possible cycleway between Caversham and Wingatui, via two old railway tunnels, is one of six Dunedin projects stalled by delays in receiving more than $700,000 in New Zealand Transport Agency funding.
A plan to have cable cars rolling through the centre of Dunedin for the first time in more than 50 years has been rejected in a report by Dunedin City Council staff.
Residents living on Riccarton Rd, East Taieri, say they are looking forward to their day in court, after fighting the Dunedin City Council over a planned upgrade of the road for more than a decade.
The closure of the Dunedin Town Hall coupled with the redevelopment of the Regent Theatre has left several organisations scrambling to find alternative venues.
The Dunedin City Council is still locked in talks with Scenic Circles Hotel chairman Earl Hagaman over land needed for the realignment of State Highway 88 past the Forsyth Barr Stadium, just months before construction is to begin.
Demolition of part of the former art gallery at Logan Park appears to be getting closer, as behind-closed-doors negotiations reach their conclusion.
Costs of funding bus shelters in Dunedin have "skyrocketed", leaving the Otago Regional Council unable to afford its proposed new shelters.
Timing, it seems, is as crucial to important decisions by the Dunedin City Council as it is to government on a larger scale.
A trial closure of the lower Octagon has been tentatively scheduled for February, although plenty of difficulties appear to stand in the way of the idea.