John Lewis

'Gutted' over cycleway delay

'Gutted' over cycleway delay

Tempers flared during a Chalmers Community Board meeting last night, when the NZ Transport Agency announced it would be at least another two years before construction could begin on the St Leonards to Port Chalmers cycleway.

Motel building makes way for new Pact accommodation

Motel building makes way for new Pact accommodation

The Dunthat Motel on King Edward St is now ‘‘been that'', following its demolition yesterday.

Move afoot to repatriate fire engine

Move afoot to repatriate fire engine

The wheels are turning on a bid to retrieve a 1940s Ford ‘‘Jailbar'' fire engine from a North Island farmer's shed and have it returned to Waitati, where it was once the area's first dedicated fire appliance.

Signs of the times for Pukerangi

Signs of the times for Pukerangi

Signs to inform Taieri Gorge Railway tourists about the history of Pukerangi have been approved by the Strath Taieri Community Board.

South Dunedin faces up to public scrutiny (+ video)

South Dunedin faces up to public scrutiny (+ video)

If you live in South Dunedin, these are some of the people in your neighbourhood.

Multimillion-dollar refurbishment for Columba

Multimillion-dollar refurbishment for Columba

Columba College has announced a multimillion-dollar upgrade of its historic school, which will include turning the junior campus into a state-of-the-art facility, redeveloping the Bishopscourt building, and constructing new boarding facilities.

Business picks up speed after delay

Business picks up speed after delay

At last, gig-speed internet is connected in Ali Copeman's office, and the Dunedin businesswoman says her work can begin.

Police still seeking driver of crash car

Police are using forensic analysis to help officers find the driver of a car involved in a three-car crash in Bay View Rd, Dunedin, on Tuesday.

Kerrison set to rock’n’roll

Kerrison set to rock’n’roll

As a youngster, Jason Kerrison was hopelessly devoted to the music of Grease.