The debate over quarrying on Saddle Hill is intensifying,
but it is not without a sense of deja vu. Debbie Porteous
takes a look at a gravel pit that has generated almost as
much debate as stone in the past 50 years.
The Dunedin City Council is to adopt a new process to deal
with requests to not pay some or all of required development
A prominent historic harbourside building and a former
student pub have been given rates relief as part of a policy
to preserve Dunedin's heritage buildings.
The restoration of Dunedin's Ross Creek Reservoir is expected
to begin early next year after being delayed until
authorities agree on how it should be repaired.
Dunedin city councillors will wait until a proposal for a new
aquatic centre in Mosgiel is assessed by staff, before
The Dunedin City Council is to adopt a new fraud prevention
The proposal for a new $15 million swimming pool in Mosgiel
comes under the noses of Dunedin city councillors for the
first time on Monday.
The Dunedin City Council is investigating a private-public
partnership to manage the council's landfill at Green Island.
Moving the alcohol display area at Countdown's Cumberland St
supermarket in Dunedin would cost the store more than
$1million, its owner says.
Stability will be to the fore as the Dunedin City Council
casts a critical eye over more than 4000 of the city's
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