Chris Morris

Faulty street-light sensor has Dunedin in dark

Faulty street-light sensor has Dunedin in dark

Dunedin's street lights failed to fire last night after a fault with an inner-city sensor.

Street lights back on in Dunedin after blackout

Street lights back on in Dunedin after blackout

The lights have come back on across Dunedin after a brief but widespread street light blackout this evening.

Cull warns debt still hurdle for council

Cull warns debt still hurdle for council

The Dunedin City Council cannot afford to get ''complacent'' despite a significant improvement to its core debt position, Mayor Dave Cull says.

Jet may be largest at Dunedin airport

Jet may be largest at Dunedin airport

Members of the Exclusive Brethren are remaining tight-lipped about the arrival of a 767-300 at Dunedin International Airport this morning.

Church meeting 'boost' for city

Church meeting 'boost' for city

Divine intervention will be needed to find a bed in Dunedin when 6300 Jehovah's Witnesses converge on Forsyth Barr Stadium as part of an international event next month.

Dunedin fairest in the land

Dunedin fairest in the land

Dunedin's best-kept secret is out, with the city named the most beautiful in New Zealand.

Office, retail development consent decision next week

The Dunedin City Council's hearings committee will decide next week whether to grant consent for an office and retail development in South Dunedin.

Taps turned off at stadium's 'bar for the boys'

Taps turned off at stadium's 'bar for the boys'

Last drinks have been called for a male drinking bastion buried deep within the bowels of Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Part of South Dunedin project opposed

Part of South Dunedin project opposed

A mixed office and retail development proposed for South Dunedin is the latest Dunedin project to run into opposition.

Submissions against childhood centre

Neighbours arguing against the establishment of an early childhood centre in Mornington are set to make their case later this month.