Dunedin community boards will get their final chance this
week to fight controversial changes to the way boards
The company running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium has turned
a $1 million loss into a six-figure profit, and is
forecasting greater returns in future.
Dunedin city council staff could be forced to resign under a
new conflicts of interest policy to be considered by
A ramp built from tyres and ropes could allow surfers safe
access to and from St Clair's waves as early as June.
The Dunedin City Council has recommenced its contract with a
Black Power leader facing dangerous driving and drugs-related
Dunedin ratepayers should be "extremely concerned'' about a
Government push for privatisation in the local Government
sector, Cr David Benson-Pope says.
A 10-month wait for the Dunedin City Council to review the
performance of its mud tanks, following last year's South
Dunedin flood, has been questioned by Dunedin South MP Clare
Hundreds of Dunedin City Council staff have resigned during a
sometimes torrid four-year period for the organisation.
Abusive library patrons mixing books, booze and brawling are
partly to blame for more than 200 trespass notices issued by
the Dunedin City Council in recent years.
A three-month pipe renewal
under Dunedin's most prominent sports ground will help ease
the pressure on the city's wastewater network.
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