Chris Morris

Broods confirmed for city

Broods confirmed for city

A drought is threatening to turn into a downpour for Dunedin music fans, with confirmation another headline-grabbing show is heading to the city.

Citifleet vehicles won't be recovered

Citifleet vehicles won't be recovered

The Dunedin City Council has accepted it will be unable to recover dozens of Citifleet vehicles sold as part of an alleged $1.5 million fraud.

Concerns raised over natural hazards plan

Concerns raised over natural hazards plan

Homeowners worried about being left in a Christchurch-style red zone - at least on paper - are calling for changes to the Dunedin City Council's natural hazards plan.

City needs to offer visitors five-star hotel - report

City needs to offer visitors five-star hotel - report

Tourism Dunedin has left a call for more money, a five-star hotel and closer links with Queenstown ringing in the Dunedin City Council's ears.

Young musicians raise town hall roof

Young musicians raise town hall roof

The voices and instruments of more than 300 pupils from 19 schools across Otago joined together for the 2014 Otago Secondary Schools' Music Festival at the Dunedin Town Hall last night.

Physio pool's value stressed at forum

Physio pool's value stressed at forum

The value of Dunedin's physiotherapy pool was stressed to the Dunedin City Council at a public forum yesterday.

Central ward questioned

Central ward questioned

Dunedin could consider scrapping its central ward - and even the need for some councillors - as part of a shake-up of its local body electoral system.

Noone loses name battle

Dunedin city councillor Andrew Noone has conceded defeat after failing to overturn opposition to a proposed road name in Sawyers Bay.

Flexible recycling in pipeline

Flexible recycling in pipeline

Fresh plans for an inner-city recycling service in Dunedin have been welcomed by apartment dwellers in the city's warehouse precinct.

Council keen to cut $1m legal bill

Council keen to cut $1m legal bill

The Dunedin City Council is considering employing its own lawyer to help reduce its $1 million annual legal bill, it has been confirmed.