$10m property sell-off possible

$10m property sell-off possible

Houses, empty sections and parkland are among 149 parcels of property across Dunedin being considered for sale, as the city council looks to add $10 million to its coffers.

Jobs to go at College of Education

Jobs to go at College of Education

More than 10 College of Education staff appear set to lose their jobs after the University of Otago dropped two of its teaching programmes.

School making way for 'royal' subdivision

School making way for 'royal' subdivision

A 46-year-old school is being transformed into a ''royal'' estate.

Dunedin

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.

Fed signals higher interest rates coming

Fed signals higher interest rates coming

New Zealand exporters may start feeling better about their prospects after the United States Federal Reserve yesterday calmly signalled higher interest rates were on the way.

Nats safe, according to Aucklanders

Nats safe, according to Aucklanders

There seems little mood for change in our biggest city, where even left-leaning voters appear resigned to defeat tomorrow.

'Feral' comment after crash offensive: Slater

'Feral' comment after crash offensive: Slater

Cameron "Whaleoil" Slater says he wouldn't have called the victim of a fatal car crash in Greymouth "feral" if he'd known all the facts about the incident.

Scots vote on independence

Scots vote on independence

Scotland has voted on whether to stay within the United Kingdom or end the 307-year-old union with England and become an independent nation in a finely balanced referendum with far-reaching consequences.

Syndicate content