Chris Morris

Flood insurance 'nightmare' (+ video)

Flood insurance 'nightmare' (+ video)

   Frustrated homeowners in Dunedin are still fighting to pick up the pieces, nine months after last year's $30m flood. Chris Morris talks to the forgotten victims about broken houses and shattered dreams.  

Paid late and still left out of pocket

Paid late and still left out of pocket

   

Julie Myers expected to wait a few months for her insurance payout after her South Dunedin home was inundated by floodwaters last June.

Neighbour shares EQC frustration

Neighbour shares EQC frustration

 

Kevin Rochford knows Bruce Hall's pain only too well.

New contractor for mud tanks

New contractor for mud tanks

The companies responsible for keeping South Dunedin's mud tanks clean, and stamping new markings on the city's cycleways, are set to lose $15 million worth of contracts with the Dunedin City Council.

Wilson may rethink decision

Wilson may rethink decision

Dunedin city councillor Kate Wilson says she is now reconsidering her plan to stand down later this year.

Vandervis inquiry ongoing

The outspoken councillor levelling fraud claims at the Dunedin City Council is remaining tight-lipped as the investigation continues.

Greater Dunedin disbands

Greater Dunedin disbands

The Greater Dunedin political grouping headed by Mayor Dave Cull has been declared dead, but a senior city councillor could be set to breathe life into the new "Local Labour'' ticket.

Councillors split over Labour ticket prospect

Councillors split over Labour ticket prospect

Councillors have divided into camps over the prospect of more party politics inside the Dunedin City Council.

Council veteran 'unlikely' to stand

Council veteran 'unlikely' to stand

Long-serving councillor Andrew Noone says he is "highly unlikely'' to seek re-election to the Dunedin City Council.

Labour ticket for council?

Labour ticket for council?

The Labour Party is considering standing a block of candidates in this year's Dunedin City Council election.