Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

9% rise deserved, Cull says

9% rise deserved, Cull says

Dunedin city councillors are set for a 9% pay rise - worth more than $4500 to each - and Mayor Dave Cull says more is needed.

Police take action over 'significant' failings

Police take action over 'significant' failings

Police have taken action against some of their own after failing to protect Katherine Webb and her children, but those involved have kept their jobs, Otago's top policeman has confirmed.

Funding needed for arts strategy

Funding needed for arts strategy

Dunedin City Council staff have indicated a strategy aimed at boosting arts and culture in the city will require fresh funding.

Sides square off ahead of DCC vote

Both sides of the divestment debate are warning of the consequences if they do not get their way when the Dunedin City Council votes whether to dump fossil fuel investments today.

Warrington rocks could be removed soon

Warrington rocks could be removed soon

The Warrington rocks could be gone within days if the Dunedin City Council accepts the findings of independent experts.

London, Paris, Milan, New York . . . and now Waitati

London, Paris, Milan, New York . . . and now Waitati

iD Dunedin Fashion week was given a distinctly Waitati twist at yesterday's official opening of a new fashion outlet in the seaside village.

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