Chris Morris

View historic bridge will be saved

View historic bridge will be saved

A pedestrian footbridge at Ravensbourne seems set to escape demolition, despite the Dunedin City Council voting not to accept ownership of it for now, a city councillor says.

City weather camera up and running

Dunedin's new weather camera has finally been unveiled.

Dunedin's new weather camera to debut

Dunedin's new weather camera to debut

The long-awaited debut of Dunedin's new weather camera is set to take place tonight, the Dunedin City Council says.

Leaky home claim likely

Leaky home claim likely

The Dunedin City Council could be facing a claim through the courts for a "sizeable" six-figure settlement, following allegations it erred in signing off on a half-million dollar leaky home in Dunedin.

Plastic replacing chlorine at treatment plant

Plastic replacing chlorine at treatment plant

The Dunedin City Council is enlisting the help of algae and more than 110,000 black bags to help clean the city's wastewater stream.

Walkers and cyclists to share new pathway

Walkers and cyclists to share new pathway

Pine Hill residents will get a new shared pathway for pedestrians and cyclists, but not a fully fledged cycleway, linking them with the rest of the city.

Old post office still sitting idle

Old post office still sitting idle

Questions are being asked about delays finalising plans for the vacant 133-year-old former post office on the reserve next to Otago Museum.

Bugging out at Otago Museum: grub's up

Bugging out at Otago Museum: grub's up

Steve Barrish admits his knees were knocking as he contemplated the wriggling huhu grub before him.

Houses to make way for motorway

Houses to make way for motorway

Dunedin's Rugby World Cup spruce-up could include the removal of 25 homes and some tenants might be required to leave.

Course site controversy

Course site controversy

A proposal to relocate the Mosgiel Community Learning Centre to the town's library has caused divisions between some Dunedin city councillors.