The Dunedin City Council is taking a tougher stand against
some increasingly ''obnoxious and belligerent'' students
following a record number of noise complaints.
The Dunedin City Council is turning to social media as it
seeks public feedback on its long-term plan.
Threats to kill, hit-and-runs and torrents of abuse -
Dunedin's streets are becoming a battleground as angry
motorists vent their frustration at the city's parking
After poring over thousands of submissions, Dunedin city
councillors will today decide what to include in a
controversial proposal aimed at curbing alcohol-related harm.
Some drivers are facing ''grave difficulties'' in using a
major Mosgiel intersection at peak times, a community
representative, Bill Feather, warns.
A new date has been set for a resource consent hearing over a
$15 million Mosgiel supermarket.
Dunedin City Council parking officers are usually a
private bunch - reluctant to see their names in print. But
not Jane Libeau. Chris Morris asks about her job.
The Dunedin City Council has earned praise from a group of
businesses after compromising to resolve a cycleway dispute
in Portobello Rd.
An internal audit policy adopted by the Dunedin City Council
shifts responsibility to governance level, an ''important
change'', councillor Richard Thomson told a council meeting
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