Chris Morris

Moana Pool manager resigns

Moana Pool manager resigns

The Dunedin City Council's aquatic services manager, Steve Prescott, has resigned after apologising for "misleading'' statements about money from Moana Pool's vending machines.

Chinese offer marine centre help

Chinese offer marine centre help

A marine science institute - including a public aquarium - that could help transform Dunedin's waterfront could be built with Chinese assistance.

Office workers light up CPO

Office workers light up CPO

The return today of a commercial tenant to Dunedin's former chief post office building for the first time in more than 15 years marks a significant milestone in the restoration project.

Varsity secures major deal

Varsity secures major deal

Dunedin's burgeoning relationship with Shanghai has taken a major step forward after the University of Otago secured a new deal to unlock access to China's enormous medical research market.

Plaudits for $3m neurosurgical campaign

Plaudits for $3m neurosurgical campaign

The South's success in raising $3 million to save neurosurgical services at Dunedin Hospital has been recognised at the TrustPower National Community Awards, in Invercargill.

Snip, snip, and five years' growth gone

Snip, snip, and five years' growth gone

It is not very often a bloke's haircut makes the news.

DVML head slams Butler's allegations

DVML head slams Butler's allegations

Allegations of inappropriate spending by a former manager at Forsyth Barr Stadium have prompted an angry retort from the company running the venue.

Company threatening to charge for OIA answers

Company threatening to charge for OIA answers

The company running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium is threatening to charge for future responses to official information requests after being inundated with questions from stadium critic Bev Butler.

Operator fails in complaint

The Commerce Commission has rejected a complaint from a Dunedin tourism operator who alleged bias by the Dunedin City Council's i-Site staff.

Expanding search for hydrocarbons gives some the jitters

Expanding search for hydrocarbons gives some the jitters

Sarah Roberts' family farm is being surrounded by the oil and gas industry.