Chris Morris

Council may bring forward Exchange works

Council may bring forward Exchange works

The first stage of Dunedin's planned $37.1 million central city improvement programme could be brought forward to fix a fading Exchange Square.

'No public risk' from asbestos fibres unearthed at BMX park

'No public risk' from asbestos fibres unearthed at BMX park

Asbestos uncovered by volunteers working at the Forrester Park BMX track is likely to be buried again, the Dunedin City Council says.

Jetty St pedestrian area proposed

Jetty St pedestrian area proposed

A plan to create a new pedestrian only ''public realm'' in the heart of Dunedin's warehouse precinct will be considered by the Dunedin City Council today.

South Dunedin dairy robbed

South Dunedin dairy robbed

Police are investigating the aggravated robbery of a Dunedin dairy.

Council to seek legal advice after claims about stadium documents

Council to seek legal advice after claims about stadium documents

The Dunedin City Council is to seek a legal opinion after claims the Carisbrook Stadium Trust is refusing to hand it documents relating to millions of dollars of spending.

Mayor not happy over safety spend

The Dunedin City Council has decided to fund the City Safety Programme, despite Mayor Dave Cull's ''resentment'' at having to do so.

Regent to receive $110k to offset loss

Regent to receive $110k to offset loss

Dunedin city councillors have approved an extra $110,000 a year for the Regent Theatre Trust to offset the loss of ticketing revenue.

Council $75k for Cosy Homes trust

The Dunedin City Council is to dip into its electricity fund to help support the newly created Cosy Homes Charitable Trust's efforts to improve the city's housing stock.

Council pushes revamp work

Council pushes revamp work

The Dunedin City Council has backed plans to accelerate work on a nearly $40 million central city improvements programme.

University Oval lights proposal gets $1m

University Oval lights proposal gets $1m

The future of the University Oval looks brighter after the Dunedin City Council voted to commit $1 million to new floodlights at the cricket venue.