plan to give the Shiel Hill Tavern a second life as a
retirement village has run into opposition from neighbours
and the Dunedin City Council.
A surplus of $8.7
million delivered by the Dunedin City Council's group of
companies was cause for celebration and angst.
Delta's potential loss from a stalled Christchurch
subdivision could top $20 million, and was still growing as
the company pumped more money in to secure its position, it
has been confirmed.
The Dunedin City Council is moving to spell out the
expectations it has from its companies for the first time.
next generation of New Zealand sailors dipped their toes in
the water yesterday.
The company running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium has turned
a $1 million loss into a six-figure profit, and is
forecasting greater returns in future.
Three childhood friends from Southland have been killed in a
car crash in Western Australia.
Dunedin city council staff could be forced to resign under a
new conflicts of interest policy to be considered by
The decision by Dunedin City Council-owned company Delta to
involve itself in a Christchurch subdivision may end up
costing ratepayers millions of dollars.
The Exclusive Brethren's plans for a new church on the Taieri
Plain are on hold - for now, at least - after appeals were
lodged with the Environment Court.
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