Chris Morris

Part of South Dunedin project opposed

Part of South Dunedin project opposed

A mixed office and retail development proposed for South Dunedin is the latest Dunedin project to run into opposition.

Submissions against childhood centre

Neighbours arguing against the establishment of an early childhood centre in Mornington are set to make their case later this month.

Funding boost approved for intern programme

Funding boost approved for intern programme

The Dunedin City Council has approved a funding boost to help expand the Sexy Summer Jobs business internship programme.

Stadium budget help was declined

Stadium budget help was declined

The Dunedin City Council declined an offer of specialist help to keep its Forsyth Barr Stadium budget on track, years before the cost jumped by millions of dollars, it has been confirmed.

Third council official resigns

Third council official resigns

The third Dunedin City Council manager to resign over the Citifleet scandal in the past week once warned against becoming complacent about the fraud threat facing the organisation.

Test at stadium brings $8 million: report

Test at stadium brings $8 million: report

An $8 million cash injection for the Dunedin economy from June's All Blacks test shows Forsyth Barr Stadium is doing its job, Dunedin Venues Management Ltd chief executive Terry Davies says.

Another DCC manager resigns

Another DCC manager resigns

The Dunedin City Council's Citifleet scandal has prompted a third senior manager to resign.

DCC manager bought vehicle from Citifleet

DCC manager bought vehicle from Citifleet

Dunedin City Council manager Kevin Thompson, who has resigned in the wake of the council's growing vehicle fraud scandal, had earlier bought a Citifleet vehicle, it has been revealed.

Rod ready to rock the stadium in April

Rod ready to rock the stadium in April

Dunedin is set to rock to Rod Stewart with confirmation he will play his only South Island show at Forsyth Barr Stadium next year.

Citifleet case goes further

Citifleet case goes further

The Dunedin City Council's alleged Citifleet fraud may go ''considerably further back'' than first thought, and more cars - and more missing money - are likely to be involved, it has been confirmed.