Kevin Rochford knows Bruce Hall's pain only too well.
The companies responsible for keeping South Dunedin's mud
tanks clean, and stamping new markings on the city's
cycleways, are set to lose $15 million worth of contracts
with the Dunedin City Council.
Dunedin city councillor Kate Wilson says she is now
reconsidering her plan to stand down later this year.
The outspoken councillor levelling fraud claims at the
Dunedin City Council is remaining tight-lipped as the
The Greater Dunedin political grouping headed by Mayor Dave
Cull has been declared dead, but a senior city councillor
could be set to breathe life into the new "Local Labour''
Councillors have divided into camps over the prospect of more
party politics inside the Dunedin City Council.
Long-serving councillor Andrew Noone says he is "highly
unlikely'' to seek re-election to the Dunedin City Council.
The Labour Party is considering standing a block of
candidates in this year's Dunedin City Council election.
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.
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