Chris Morris

Waikouaiti road threatened by erosion

Waikouaiti road threatened by erosion

Coastal erosion north of Dunedin could spell the end for a popular beachside road in Waikouaiti, the Dunedin City Council says.

Papers safe, DCC says

Papers safe, DCC says

The Dunedin City Council says it has no concerns about the safety of dozens of boxes of documents relating to the Forsyth Barr Stadium project, despite their removal from the stadium by the Carisbrook Stadium Trust.

Cost of landslip work blows out

Cost of landslip work blows out

The cost of repairing a slip at Turnbulls Bay, beyond Broad Bay on Otago Peninsula, has jumped to more than $2 million after the project slipped months behind schedule, it has been confirmed.

Council working to maintain road access at Waikouaiti

The Dunedin City Council is working to save remaining sections of a coastal road in Waikouaiti that is crumbling into the sea.

Glitches hit telcos

Glitches hit telcos

Customers across Otago are among those complaining about nationwide glitches in Spark and 2degrees' cellphone services.

Street appeal nets $4845 for victims

The Dunedin City Council is ''stoked'' after yesterday's street appeal raised thousands of dollars for flooding victims.

Blocked drain at root of dispute

Blocked drain at root of dispute

Dunedin man Richard Wilson can't figure out why he should pay to fix a pipe under a public road, blocked by a tree root coming from Dunedin City Council land.

Govt $100k for flood victim fund welcomed

Govt $100k for flood victim fund welcomed

The Dunedin City Council has welcomed a $100,000 government donation to the Dunedin Mayoral Relief Fund for flood victims, but warns it will still take time for the worst-affected people to pick up the pieces.

Council zero-harm policy doubts rejected

Suggestions a zero-harm goal for health and safety within the Dunedin City Council might be unrealistic have been given short shrift by a senior manager.

Council delays ICT decision to early July

The axe continues to hover over staff as the Dunedin City Council considers outsourcing part of its information technology department.