Motorists will see no parking changes on Dunedin's one-way
system until at least July.
Dunedin people should feel assured the council-owned
buildings they are most likely to use are seismically strong.
A better understanding is needed of the issues oil and gas
exploration present for Dunedin, Mayor Dave Cull says.
Dunedin City Council transport and New Zealand Transport
Agency staff are satisfied trucks will be stopped from
entering Dunedin's Cadbury factory site from Anzac Ave after
discussions with the company.
Plans to rejig parking to improve the safety of cyclists on
Dunedin's main thoroughfares have been approved after many
questions and some criticism from city councillors.
Proposals will be sought from local Dunedin artists for a
sculpture to celebrate the Dunedin Botanic Garden's 150th
A decision will be made today on whether to call for
proposals from other Dunedin artists for a commemorative
sculpture to mark the Dunedin Botanic Garden's 150th
It took several sets of road spikes to halt a driver fleeing
police at speeds of up to 160kmh around the Taieri early on
Saturday, police say.
Monday's Dunedin City Council meeting will start and adjourn
earlier to accommodate the funeral of Dunedin philanthropist
and businessman Les Cleveland.
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