Chris Morris

Power cut complaints prompt Delta inquiry

Power cut complaints prompt Delta inquiry

Dunedin City Council-owned company Delta has launched an internal investigation as complaints continue following this week's unscheduled power outage.

DCC censured by Audit NZ

DCC censured by Audit NZ

The Dunedin City Council been criticised by Audit New Zealand after ''significantly'' underperforming in the delivery of last year's annual report.

Talks on CCTV coverage

Talks on CCTV coverage

The need for extra CCTV cameras to zoom in on North Dunedin trouble spots will be discussed, despite concerns about a ''surveillance society'', Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says.

City reaps benefits from Chinese New Year influx

City reaps benefits from Chinese New Year influx

Dunedin is riding a wave as Chinese New Year celebrations deliver more visitors and a boost to the city and its businesses.

Calvert says students deserve credit for good actions

Dunedin city councillor Hilary Calvert has accused Mayor Dave Cull of talking down the city by criticising students' behaviour on Hyde St.

Prison ghost tours rattle the nerves

Prison ghost tours rattle the nerves

The dark, cold corridors of the former Dunedin Prison echo once again to the sounds of rattling keys and shuffling feet.

Anger over unexpected power outage

Anger over unexpected power outage

A Dunedin man fears a ''cavalier attitude'' to power outages could put lives at risk.

Tomb access issues remain unresolved

Tomb access issues remain unresolved

The Dunedin City Council is remaining tight-lipped following a meeting to resolve an access dispute over Larnach's tomb.

DCC mum on landfill partner applicants

DCC mum on landfill partner applicants

The Dunedin City Council has received five expressions of interest as it continues to explore a possible private-public partnership to manage the city's landfill.

Dunedin primed for cup clash

Dunedin primed for cup clash

The red hot Black Caps are here; so too are Scotland, and with the city's accommodation ''bulging at the seams'', and a sell out crowd, Dunedin is primed to revel in the international spotlight of the Cricket World Cup tomorrow.