In a move rarely used since the Dunedin City Council starting
cracking down on spending, councillors have agreed to use
underspend to complete a project, rather than to pay back
A teen who needed major surgery and two weeks' physio to be
able to walk out to meet the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
after she damaged her knee practising her curtsy, says all
the pain was worth it.
The Dunedin City Council is working to improve the
information available on its encroachment policy following
recent public concerns about its approach.
A company developing a small Ravensbourne site is awaiting a
decision from the Dunedin City Council on whether it will
continue to require soil testing on the site before the
project can go ahead.
Will they stop and shake hands with people waiting in the
An upgrade of the main pedestrian thoroughfare linking the
chief post office hotel development and central Dunedin might
be on hold after the budget could not be stretched far
The attendance of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has
attracted a full house for this year's Palm Sunday service at
St Paul's Cathedral in Dunedin.
Plans to build a breakwater to protect the beach at Te Rauone
are on hold until the community raises the funds it needs to
contribute to the project.
A new class of heavy truck, known as 50Max trucks, will be
allowed to use Dunedin roads without needing a special
Dunedin's apparent obsession with car parking will not be
allowed to derail the new cycle lanes project, city
councillors warned yesterday.
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