In-house parking call after outcry

In-house parking call after outcry

There are calls for the Dunedin City Council to revert to in-house management of parking operations in Moray Pl and at Forsyth Barr Stadium following a public outcry over Wilson Parking's methods.

Council senior executive farewelled

Council senior executive farewelled

The Dunedin City Council's last long-serving senior executive has signed off from his general manager's role.

School pools fight to stay afloat

School pools fight to stay afloat Pool access is becoming an equity issue for some Dunedin primary schools who say they are struggling to keep their pools operational.

 

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Car park tenants riled by intruders

Car park tenants riled by intruders

Community workers based at Dunedin Community House in Moray Pl are fed up with the inconsiderate behaviour of some Dunedin motorists and pedestrians in their leased central-city car park.

New primary school one option for community consultation

New primary school one option for community consultation

A new primary school for Wanaka will be one of the options considered in community consultation carried out in the town this year by the Ministry of Education.

Housing affordability falls 14.1%

Housing affordability falls 14.1%

Home affordability is heading for uncharted territory with Auckland topping the list of least affordable regions, followed closely by the Central Otago-Lakes district.

More fuel price falls unlikely: AA

More fuel price falls unlikely: AA

The falling petrol price has been a boon for the great Kiwi summer road trip but more big price drops are looking unlikely in the short-term, according to the AA.

Housing reform Cabinet papers embarrassingly candid

Housing reform Cabinet papers embarrassingly candid

What if the Government toiled night and day for years to create a market for the right to house the poor and downtrodden, only for no-one to bother to turn up when it finally opened?Such a scenario might well be the stuff of nightmares for Bill English.

AirAsia captain 'left seat before jet lost control'

AirAsia captain 'left seat before jet lost control'

The captain of the AirAsia jet that crashed into the sea in December was out of his seat conducting an unorthodox procedure when his co-pilot apparently lost control, and by the time he returned it was too late to save the plane, two people familiar with the investigation say.

Tostee back online giving dating tips

Tostee back online giving dating tips

The man accused of murdering New Zealand woman Warriena Wright has been sharing dating tips on an online bodybuilding forum.

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