Chris Morris

Respite for West's in licence fight

Respite for West's in licence fight

A Dunedin fizzy drinks institution fighting to retain its alcohol licence says it is ''extremely frustrated'' to be battling bureaucracy.

Backdown allows baby to see band

Backdown allows baby to see band

Fleetwood Mac may have just won their youngest fan.

Safety fears as trucks cross

Safety fears as trucks cross

Safety fears are being played down as work begins on one of the largest pieces of undeveloped residential land in Mosgiel.

West's alcohol licence hangs in the balance

West's alcohol licence hangs in the balance

A Dunedin fizzy drinks institution may face a flat future as it fights to retain its alcohol licence after more than a century in business.

$230,085 in severance pay

The Dunedin City Council says a $230,000 bill for severance payments to departing staff is the cost of progress.

Hope for closure over Citifleet fraud

Hope for closure over Citifleet fraud

The Dunedin City Council hopes to turn the page on the $1.5 million Citifleet fraud after taking a public hammering in the eyes of ratepayers.

Invermay opposes church neighbour

Invermay opposes church neighbour

AgResearch is locking horns with the Exclusive Brethren over plans for a new church on the Taieri Plain.

ORC councillors disagree over harbourside

ORC councillors disagree over harbourside

A fresh push to develop Dunedin's harbourside has triggered a war of words between Otago Regional Council chairman Stephen Woodhead and one of his councillors.

DCC transport manager vacancy filled

The Dunedin City Council has recruited a New Zealand Transport Agency manager to fill its vacant transport group manager role.

Fresh opposition to subdivision plans

Fresh opposition to subdivision plans

A developer's long-running battle to build new homes on the outskirts of Dunedin has run into fresh opposition from neighbours and the Dunedin City Council.