Chris Morris

Six60 to perform at town hall in May

Six60 to perform at town hall in May

Dunedin-born band Six60 is swapping its old Castle St haunt for the Dunedin Town Hall.

Praise for council from outgoing manager

Praise for council from outgoing manager

Dunedin City Council manager Mick Reece says he is leaving an organisation ''in good heart'', despite enduring a brutal period in its history.

Dog owner concerned at extent of fouling

Dog owner concerned at extent of fouling

A Dunedin dog-lover is calling on other ''lazy'' owners to do the right thing and clean up after their pets.

Council plans sweeping internal audit

Council plans sweeping internal audit

An outside company will be paid to pry into every corner of the Dunedin City Council in the wake of the Citifleet fraud.

Group not opposed to supermarket if conditions met

A Mosgiel lobby group says it will accept a proposed Countdown supermarket as long as conditions are met.

Home accident claims popular firefighter

Home accident claims popular firefighter

Members of the Wanaka Volunteer Fire Brigade are mourning the loss of one of their own.

Look at audit, disposal policies

Look at audit, disposal policies

The Dunedin City Council is continuing to close the gaps in its defences in the wake of the $1.5 million Citifleet fraud.

DCC road works listed online

Dunedin motorists now have a new tool to help them dodge a bumpy morning commute in the city.

Designer chosen to complete pathway

Designer chosen to complete pathway

Design work has started to complete the State Highway 88 walking and cycling pathway to Port Chalmers, and construction could yet be accelerated, New Zealand Transport Agency staff say.

Stadium: 'Completely different ball game' promised

Stadium: 'Completely different ball game' promised

The company running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium is promising a ''completely different ball game'' despite confirming another $1 million loss.