Chris Morris

Stolen property not yet returned

The Mosgiel volunteer firefighter targeted by thieves while on a call out is no closer to a reunion with his stolen property.

Intruder sexually assaults woman in her home

Intruder sexually assaults woman in her home

A Dunedin woman is recovering after being sexually assaulted in her Mornington home by an unknown intruder while her young children slept nearby.

Mayor's actions 'inconsistent'

Mayor's actions 'inconsistent'

Dunedin Mayor Peter Chin has been attacked by one of his own councillors, who says the mayor is "at risk" of being found to have broken council rules in his handling of a public complaint against Cr Paul Hudson.

Blake's yacht to visit Dunedin

Blake's yacht to visit Dunedin

Lion New Zealand, the yacht skippered by the late Sir Peter Blake in the fourth Whitbread round-the-world sailing race, is coming to Dunedin.

Summer '91 - Hogan calls time on autograph hunters

Summer '91 - Hogan calls time on autograph hunters

To A 10-year-old boy basking in the endless shimmering summer of 1991, Martin Crowe wasn't a cricketer - he was a god.

Restructuring costs city councils

The Dunedin City Council might have spent more than $200,000 on severance payments in a year, but figures from the Wellington City Council have tipped the scales.

Fireman's car looted as he battles blaze

Fireman's car looted as he battles blaze

While Mosgiel volunteer firefighter Steven Turnbull was doing something good, someone else was doing something bad.

Overflowing attendance at churches

The traditional sounds of choral voices merged with comments on climate change as Dunedin churches enjoyed strong turnouts for services of Christmas Day and Christmas Eve.

Christmas in East not like Otago

Christmas in East not like Otago

Rob Powell is shivering through his first white Christmas in Afghanistan, with freezing temperatures cracking -20degC, while dreaming of a festive breakfast with his wife and family back home in New Zealand.

Further soil tests at ORC property

Public Health South officials have asked for more soil tests to be carried out at a property in Selwyn St, Northeast Valley, found to be contaminated by lead.