National security could trump the public's right to know when
the Office of the Ombudsman considers the case for releasing
emails about last year's visit by the Dalai Lama to Dunedin.
The Dunedin City Council has offered a public apology and a
$50,000 payout to settle a long-running dispute with the
owners of a quarry over mislaid information.
The findings of a major investigation into Delta's
multimillion-dollar land acquisitions at Jacks Point and
Luggate are expected to be released next week.
Anadarko insists it remains in the hunt for natural gas off
Otago's coast, despite saying its deep-water test well is to
be plugged and abandoned.
Dunedin city councillors want plans for a five-star
waterfront hotel in the city to be downsized to avoid a
second public outcry.
new version of Dunedin's controversial waterfront hotel could
be unveiled before the end of the year, after the developer
struck a deal with the Dunedin City Council.
Supporters of Dunedin's proposed waterfront hotel are
celebrating news of a deal to progress the controversial
The Dunedin City Council's policy on water fluoridation is
more secure after a landmark decision by the High Court in
Taranaki, Mayor Dave Cull says.
The Dunedin City Council could sell more surplus properties
to fund its $2.3 million redevelopment of the Wall Street
mall, it has been suggested.
The company behind a 25-lot residential development set to
take shape at the former Waldronville school and playcentre
site has objected to conditions imposed by the Dunedin City
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