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City targeting conferences

The Dunedin City Council is eyeing a potentially lucrative collaboration with Tourism New Zealand that could help secure a bigger slice of the international conference market.

DCC backs restoring Aramoana wharf

The Dunedin City Council has indicated its support for a community project to restore the Aramoana wharf.

City debt overhaul to save millions

City debt overhaul to save millions

Dunedin is set to save $7 million after better economic times meant the city council was able to renegotiate a $75 million loan.

Focus on consultation

Focus on consultation

The Dunedin City Council is to consult the community on how it consults the community.

Consent process delays defended

Consent process delays defended

The Dunedin City Council's building consent processing times have again broken through a 20-day limit, after what staff say is a spike in applications, and staff issues.

Massive response to DCC alcohol plan

Massive response to DCC alcohol plan

Plans to bring forward the 4am closing time of Dunedin bars have sparked the highest number of submissions to the Dunedin City Council for any issue in years.

Committee votes to extend 50kmh area

Committee votes to extend 50kmh area

Three Dunedin city councillors have voted to extend a 50kmh speed limit on Portobello Rd, against a staff recommendation.

Citifleet vehicles won't be recovered

Citifleet vehicles won't be recovered

The Dunedin City Council has accepted it will be unable to recover dozens of Citifleet vehicles sold as part of an alleged $1.5 million fraud.

Arguments against flats plan rebuffed

Arguments against flats plan rebuffed

The future of one of Dunedin's - and possibly New Zealand's - most significant historic warehouses is in the hands of three city councillors following a final attempt to persuade them they should allow it to be turned into apartments.

Physio pool's value stressed at forum

Physio pool's value stressed at forum

The value of Dunedin's physiotherapy pool was stressed to the Dunedin City Council at a public forum yesterday.

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