The Dunedin City Council will rethink its plan to confiscate
the wheels of young people caught flouting the city's
The Dunedin City Council will consult the public on a tougher
approach to alcohol in the city, despite a fresh warning it
could face legal challenges from the industry.
A Dunedin heritage building owner could be about to breathe
new life into the dilapidated Gresham Hotel, which overlooks
The blackened shell of the Ocean Grove home tells a story of
One person is dead and six more injured - four of them
seriously - following a helicopter crash on Mt Alta, near
Wanaka, this afternoon, police have confirmed.
A tougher approach to alcohol in Dunedin could put an end to
late-night alcohol shots in bars and clear outdoor areas of
drinkers as early as 11pm.
The investigation into an alleged $1 million fraud involving
the Dunedin City Council vehicle fleet continues.
Animal control officer Karan Whyte has 25 years' experience
wrangling Dunedin's most difficult and dangerous dogs.
The Dunedin City Council is moving to make it easier for
whistle-blowers to speak out, but still has ''a fair bit of
work to do'' to tighten other internal policies, senior
The Dunedin City Council's move to tighten internal controls
has been praised by the Office of the Auditor-general, even
as the investigation into an alleged $1 million Citifleet
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