The Dunedin City Council will consider allowing a new motor
caravan park to be developed near Woodhaugh Gardens, just
metres away from a rival camping spot.
A planned multimillion-dollar supermarket development in
Green Island could bring jobs and investment and trigger
wider improvements in the area, a Dunedin city councillor
A push to ease restrictions on freedom camping in Dunedin has
taken a step forward after being endorsed for public
consultation by city councillors.
The developer of a Mosgiel subdivision has won the right to
name his own streets and pathways, but only after threatening
to use hard-to-pronounce Scottish village names instead.
The Dunedin City Council is seeking applications for the next
round of premier and major events funding.
The flagging fortunes of the Dunedin Chinese Garden have been
delivered a boost with the opening of the Toitu Otago
Settlers Museum next door.
Corrison in a near-new high-voltage power transformer bought
by Delta from Indonesia has been linked to a failure that
caused a power surge across Dunedin.
The Office of the Auditor-general considers its investigation
into land purchases by Dunedin City Council-owned company
Delta to be one of its major inquiries for the coming year.
There are fears Dunedin could lose out to Auckland as a
result of proposed changes to the way the New Zealand
Transport Agency allocates funding for roading projects.
A sedate debate turned heated as Crs Teresa Stevenson and
Colin Weatherall traded claims of rural bias and points of
order at a Dunedin City Council planning and environment
committee meeting yesterday.
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