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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.

Central ward questioned

Central ward questioned

Dunedin could consider scrapping its central ward - and even the need for some councillors - as part of a shake-up of its local body electoral system.

Noone loses name battle

Dunedin city councillor Andrew Noone has conceded defeat after failing to overturn opposition to a proposed road name in Sawyers Bay.

Cull calls for end to exploitation

Cull calls for end to exploitation

Dunedin's mayor has added his voice to the chorus of local politicians calling for an end to worker exploitation.

Street name policy to be reviewed

The Dunedin City Council is reviewing its policy on street naming after continually failing to stick to its own rules.

Proposed shelters driving dissent

Proposed shelters driving dissent

A proposal for a new batch of bus shelters has left some affected property owners in less than a transport of delight.

$10m property sell-off possible

$10m property sell-off possible

Houses, empty sections and parkland are among 149 parcels of property across Dunedin being considered for sale, as the city council looks to add $10 million to its coffers.

Cull warns debt still hurdle for council

Cull warns debt still hurdle for council

The Dunedin City Council cannot afford to get ''complacent'' despite a significant improvement to its core debt position, Mayor Dave Cull says.

Location of bus hub seen as crucial

The site for the proposed Dunedin bus hub may become clearer in the next two months after a panel considering the future of the city's public transport system heard a central, accessible location was ''critical''.

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