Mosgiel-born children's musician Dean O'Brien the power of
song will help relieve the ''horrific plight'' of Syria's
Bradken has confirmed 11 redundancies at its South Dunedin
foundry, just weeks after moving to a four-day week in an
attempt to save their jobs.
Claims of undue influence over a panel to shape Dunedin's
future have been levelled against Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull.
A duck swims through a thick layer of pollen sitting on top
of the water at Andersons Bay Inlet, in Dunedin, yesterday.
Claims a panel that will shape the future of Dunedin has been
stacked with a ''green tinge'' have sparked a political row
within the Dunedin City Council.
The fog of war is descending as Dunedin's mayoral aspirants
jockey for position a year out from local body elections.
The head of the Dunedin City Council's finance committee, Cr
Richard Thomson, says he is ''stretched'' and may be forced
to step down at next year's local body elections.
A coroner is yet to decide whether to hold an open inquest
into the death of former Dunedin City Council Citifleet team
leader Brent Bachop.
It might be the toughest job in the Dunedin City Council.
Three staff have left the Dunedin City Council and others
could follow after a restructure of its information
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