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DCC to take action against developer

DCC to take action against  developer

The Dunedin City Council is set to take ''high level'' enforcement action against a developer who illegally added two rooms to a student flat and then on-sold it.

Voting rights loss 'punishing wrong people'

Voting rights loss 'punishing wrong people'

Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis is being urged by one of his accusers to accept his behaviour is ''inappropriate'' and offer a genuine apology.

Delta wins $22m contract

Delta wins $22m contract

Dunedin City Council-owned company Delta has picked up a $22 million Christchurch City Council contract - a move hailed as good news for ratepayers in both cities.

Seeking dark sky city status

Seeking dark sky city status

The Dunedin City Council is to investigate ways of limiting light pollution, after councillors were told Dunedin could become the world's largest ''dark sky city''.

New natural hazards plan 'a pulling back'

An updated natural hazards plan for Dunedin represents ''a pulling back'' from a previous proposal that would have blocked new development in some areas.

Tougher stand on noise complaints

Tougher stand on noise complaints

The Dunedin City Council is taking a tougher stand against some increasingly ''obnoxious and belligerent'' students following a record number of noise complaints.

Council accepts social media feedback

The Dunedin City Council is turning to social media as it seeks public feedback on its long-term plan.

Dunedin's parking wars: call for calm

Dunedin's parking wars: call for calm

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 officers.

D-day for city alcohol rules

D-day for city alcohol rules

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.

Intersection problems mounting

Intersection problems mounting

Some drivers are facing ''grave difficulties'' in using a major Mosgiel intersection at peak times, a community representative, Bill Feather, warns.

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