Vaughan Elder

North Dunedin liquor ban possible

North Dunedin liquor ban possible

A North Dunedin liquor ban could be back on the table after a council vote yesterday.

Family moves out as Hollywood moves in

Family moves out as Hollywood moves in

Moving into the shearers' quarters to accommodate a Hollywood film crew is going to be an ''adventure'' for a Raes Junction family.

Extended liquor ban questioned

Extended liquor ban questioned

Dunedin City Council staff have questioned the merits of expanding the central city liquor ban to include a notorious party flat.

Neighbours get together

Neighbours get together

Neighbourly love was on display across Dunedin yesterday as suburbs around the city celebrated Neighbours Day.

Licence for Carousel opposed

Licence for Carousel opposed

The licence for Dunedin's Carousel bar has been opposed because of overcrowding and the ''suitability'' of its operator.

Proposed mural concerns neighbours

Proposed mural concerns neighbours

A proposed street mural by a Polish artist has divided opinion, as two apartment owners oppose the work.

Michael Swann moves on from job

Convicted fraudster Michael Swann has left a job given to him by a supporter on his release from prison.

Fight for Invermay goes on

Fight for Invermay goes on

The fight to save jobs at Invermay continued yesterday with the handing over of a 12,450-signature petition to Parliament.

Residents open to amended plans

Residents open to amended plans

A resident's group calling for changes to a planned Mosgiel Countdown supermarket is open to withdrawing its opposition if its concerns are met.

The truth about city planners

The truth about city planners Dunedin City Council planners are seen by many critics as naysayers who hold the city back. Is there any truth to the perception?