The Dunedin City Council may have ruled out going after the
buyers of former Citifleet cars, but its insurance company is
not prepared to do the same just yet.
Mobile traders operating next to Otago Museum could be
granted longer trading hours after the institution softened
its earlier opposition to the move.
An insurance payout has halved the Dunedin City Council's
confirmed losses from the alleged $1.5 million Citifleet
A proposed trial closure of Dunedin's Octagon and lower
Stuart St has been put on hold, despite a warning something
needs to help protect central city retailers.
Two more Dunedin City Council staff have become casualties of
the $1.5 million Citifleet fraud, it has been confirmed.
A dedicated space to grow Dunedin's start-up businesses has
more to offer than just free rent, University of Otago
student Sam Ruck says.
More is being done to support young entrepreneurs in
Dunedin but there is a call for the city to do more to clip
the ticket of successful ventures, Chris Morris writes.
Dunedin city councillor Doug Hall says his business still has
no new home to go to, just weeks before he quits his yard
beside State Highway 88.
The organiser of the Dunedin Craft Beer Expo has finally
served up a promised refund to a festival-goer left out of
Nine former Dunedin City Council staff - including at least
one senior manager - have together received almost $460,000
in severance payments in the past year, it has been
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