Chris Morris

'Ropable' fans want Dunedin parade

'Ropable' fans want Dunedin parade

Dunedin rugby fans are ''gobsmacked'' the city will be left without a victory parade to celebrate the All Blacks' Rugby World Cup win.

Talks start on harbourside revamp

Talks start on harbourside revamp

The Dunedin City Council and Otago Regional Council have begun preliminary talks to progress development of the city's harbourside.

Art Deco facade again on show

Art Deco facade again on show

A Dunedin heritage building has taken a step back in time after its Art Deco facade was revealed for the first time in nearly 30 years.

Success story should spur job-seekers

Success story should spur job-seekers

Nathan Hamilton credits a new job in Balclutha with giving him a fighting chance at life.

Dunedin seeks World Cup parade

Dunedin seeks World Cup parade

Break out the ticker tape and confetti - Dunedin wants to welcome back its rugby heroes. The city is among those putting their hands up to host a welcome home parade for the All Blacks.

Document directs city expansion

Document directs city expansion Dunedin's second generation district plan has one eye on the present and another fixed firmly on the future.

City businessman 'charismatic' and 'great family man'

City businessman 'charismatic' and 'great family man'

A Dunedin businessman who died after a vehicle crash near Alexandra is being mourned by family and colleagues.

Cull rejects MP's criticism of flood handling

Cull rejects MP's criticism of flood handling

Mayor Dave Cull has hit back at criticism of the handling of Dunedin's $30million flood by Dunedin South Labour MP Clare Curran.

Ms Curran, speaking on Thursday, accused Civil Defence staff of being ''asleep on the job'' and called for independent audits of the city's Civil Defence preparedness and stormwater infrastructure.

Flood response dispute

Flood response dispute

Accusations that Civil Defence staff were ''asleep on the job'' during Dunedin's $30 million flood earlier this year have been rejected by the man in charge.

Council boss' UK trips supported

Council boss' UK trips supported

The Dunedin City Council has spent $36,000 sending chief executive Dr Sue Bidrose to leadership training courses at England's prestigious Oxford University.