Chris Morris

Tomb access issues remain unresolved

Tomb access issues remain unresolved

The Dunedin City Council is remaining tight-lipped following a meeting to resolve an access dispute over Larnach's tomb.

DCC mum on landfill partner applicants

DCC mum on landfill partner applicants

The Dunedin City Council has received five expressions of interest as it continues to explore a possible private-public partnership to manage the city's landfill.

Dunedin primed for cup clash

Dunedin primed for cup clash

The red hot Black Caps are here; so too are Scotland, and with the city's accommodation ''bulging at the seams'', and a sell out crowd, Dunedin is primed to revel in the international spotlight of the Cricket World Cup tomorrow.

Otago title win No 663

Otago title win No 663

Shearing legend David Fagan signed off as a winner after picking up yet another Otago Shears title at the weekend.

Och aye, Riley's scotchya!

Och aye, Riley's scotchya!

Riley Honings (5) very nearly delivered a knock out blow for the Black Caps ahead of tomorrow's Cricket World Cup clash with Scotland.

Second complaint about Vandervis

Second complaint about Vandervis

Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis now faces two formal complaints despite apologising for an allegedly expletive-laden outburst aimed at senior Dunedin City Council staff.

DCC wants access squabble buried

DCC wants access squabble buried

The Dunedin City Council is attempting to unlock a dispute over access to Larnach's Tomb that involves the trust that helped save it.

Vandervis offers apology; Wilson unmoved

Vandervis offers apology; Wilson unmoved

Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis insists he is not an angry man, but he knows he has to change.

Call for new approach to oil and gas industry

Call for new approach to oil and gas industry

The Dunedin City Council is calling for a beefed-up Government effort to prepare for an oil and gas disaster, including more funds and equipment on stand-by to respond to any spill.

Port drops consent objection

Port drops consent objection

Port Otago subsidiary Chalmers Properties has withdrawn plans to fight the Dunedin City Council over a condition of consent attached to its recently-approved harbour-side subdivision.