A decision to sell surplus televisions at Forsyth Barr
Stadium to the venue's staff and board members is being
defended by Dunedin Venues Management Ltd.
The Dunedin City Council should stop being ''scaredy-cats''
and introduce a new local policy to control legal highs, even
if it ends up in court, Dunedin-based National MP Michael
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has blasted the Government's
''ham-fisted'' legal-high legislation, saying it threatens to
leave councils and ratepayers exposed to court action.
Dunedin city councillors fear a tough new approach to New
Zealand's earthquake-prone buildings risks derailing progress
upgrading Dunedin's heritage buildings.
The Dunedin City Council wants to stick with a two-year
freedom camping trial at Macandrew Bay at least for now,
despite the concerns of some residents and the Otago
Peninsula Community Board.
Public art might not always be about bums on seats, but it
shouldn't include picnic tables either, the Otago Sculpture
The Dunedin City Council has given its own payment procedures
a clean bill of health, after controversy over the handling
of $3400 in fees paid to former Dunedin North MP Peter
Dunedin city councillors will decide today whether to abandon
a freedom camping trial at Macandrew Bay.
The Dunedin City Council could face a $5.6 million bill if it
is forced to inspect thousands of city buildings as part of a
nationwide drive to identify earthquake-prone structures.
Dunedin City Council aquatic services manager Steve Prescott
has walked away with a $7000 payment towards his legal costs
after resigning earlier this week.
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