The company running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium is poised
to deliver its first profit on the back of tighter finances
and a cash injection from ratepayers.
A call to consider a private prosecution has come amid claims
a dead man has become the fall guy for others who profited
from the Dunedin City Council's $1.5 million Citifleet fraud.
More than $6 million in Government cycleways funding is
heading for Dunedin and could be used to build a key
harbourside bridge for pedestrians and cyclists.
Plans to complete a $6million missing link in Dunedin's West
Harbour cycleway have been revealed, and are already stirring
excitment in Port Chalmers.
Police have ruled out charging anyone in the wake of the
Dunedin City Council's $1.5 million Citifleet fraud, it has
The Dunedin City Council does not want to be the ''fun
police'' but is prepared for a legal battle to defend its new
approach to alcohol in the city.
The Dunedin City Council has dropped the toughest
restrictions on bars and instead turned up the heat on
off-licence sales, with the release of its local alcohol
Coastal erosion north of Dunedin could spell the end for a
popular beachside road in Waikouaiti, the Dunedin City
The Dunedin City Council says it has no concerns about the
safety of dozens of boxes of documents relating to the
Forsyth Barr Stadium project, despite their removal from the
stadium by the Carisbrook Stadium Trust.
The cost of repairing a slip at Turnbulls Bay, beyond Broad
Bay on Otago Peninsula, has jumped to more than $2 million
after the project slipped months behind schedule, it has been
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