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Tyre ramp proposed for safer access

Tyre ramp proposed for safer access

A ramp built from tyres and ropes could allow surfers safe access to and from St Clair's waves as early as June.

Council contract back to gang leader

Council contract back to gang leader

The Dunedin City Council has recommenced its contract with a Black Power leader facing dangerous driving and drugs-related charges.

Be wary, Benson-Pope says

Dunedin ratepayers should be "extremely concerned'' about a Government push for privatisation in the local Government sector, Cr David Benson-Pope says.

April date for report on flooding

April date for report on flooding

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 Curran.

460 DCC staff resign in past four years

460 DCC staff resign in past four years

Hundreds of Dunedin City Council staff have resigned during a sometimes torrid four-year period for the organisation.

84 DCC trespass notices in force

84 DCC trespass notices in force

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.

Pipe upgrade to ease pressure

Pipe upgrade to ease pressure

A three-month pipe renewal under Dunedin's most prominent sports ground will help ease the pressure on the city's wastewater network.

DCC staff member quits as CV queried

DCC staff member quits as CV queried

A Dunedin City Council staff member has resigned part-way through an investigation into ‘‘irregularities'' in his CV, it has been confirmed.

Decision on refugee bid soon

Decision on refugee bid soon

A decision on Dunedin's bid to become New Zealand's next refugee resettlement centre will be made within weeks, Immigration New Zealand says.

Council set to invoke order against hoarder

Council set to invoke order against hoarder

The Dunedin City Council appears set to begin enforcement against a Mornington homeowner, whose deadline for removing 16 vehicles from his Renfrew St property passed last week.

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