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Councils to resolve stormwater problems

Councils to resolve stormwater problems

The Otago Regional Council says it will regularly meet the Dunedin City Council until stormwater problems on an Otago Peninsula property are resolved.

Warning for council over stormwater

Warning for council over stormwater

The Otago Regional Council says it could take the Dunedin City Council to court over stormwater problems on an Otago Peninsula property.

Cull's casting vote breaks community board deadlock

Tomahawk and Ocean Grove will probably be removed from the Otago Peninsula Community Board, after Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull used his casting vote to break a Dunedin City Council deadlock on the issue yesterday.

DCC admits tree contract blunder

DCC admits tree contract blunder

The Dunedin City Council says lessons have been learnt after it botched a contract to remove trees bordering Logan Park.

Further cases of fraud at council

Further cases of fraud at council

The Dunedin City Council says the discovery of five more examples of fraud and theft inside the organisation is ''enormously'' disappointing.

Community board cuts opposed

Community board cuts opposed

Dunedin city councillors will face considerable opposition to plans to cut community board and community board member numbers when they hear the public's views on the issue tomorrow.

No slash and burn assurance 'clear'

No slash and burn assurance 'clear'

Richard Thomson says he would not have accepted the role as deputy commissioner of the Southern District Health Board without a ''very clear assurance'' from the Health Minister that it was not a ''slash and burn'' exercise.

DCC still in talks over Citifleet fraud

The Dunedin City Council is still in talks with its insurer over the Citifleet fraud, months after receiving a payout worth more than $1 million from QBE.

Bezett blockade at an end

Bezett blockade at an end

A Dunedin city councillor has backed down from his blockade.

Bullying by 'rogue councillor' claimed

Bullying by 'rogue councillor' claimed

A Portobello Rd resident is threatening legal action against a Dunedin city councillor amid claims of what he calls ''bullying'' in a neighbourhood dispute.

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