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Council supports physio pool

Council supports physio pool

The Dunedin physio pool seems set to get a reprieve until June and has a shot at a longer future, with a Dunedin City Council offer of support.

DCC's new property manager 'up for the challenge'

DCC's new property manager 'up for the challenge'

The Dunedin City Council's new city property manager says one of his first priorities is sorting out ''what's good, bad and ugly'' within his new role.

Another senior council staff member resigns

Another senior council staff member resigns

Dunedin City Council group manager Kevin Thompson has become the second senior staff member to resign as the Citifleet scandal continues to grow.

Citifleet car buyer - 'I've done nothing wrong'

Citifleet car buyer - 'I've done nothing wrong'

The owner of Dunedin's Cupid Shop says he is being made to ''feel like a bloody criminal'' after outing himself as the buyer of two of the Dunedin City Council's Citifleet vehicles.

Almost all DCC top brass gone

Almost all DCC top brass gone

The Dunedin City Council sees a hint of light at the end of the tunnel after four years of high-profile headaches, but it is counting the cost after an almost complete clean-out of its top managers. Chris Morris reports.

Avery's integrity recognised

Avery's integrity recognised

The departure of Dunedin City Council manager Tony Avery in the wake of the alleged $1.5 million Citifleet fraud will be ''keenly felt'', Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says.

Arts and Culture draft launched

Arts and Culture draft launched

A draft arts and culture strategy was launched last night aimed at helping Dunedin ''produce and seduce'' more creative minds.

Top DCC boss Tony Avery quits over Citifleet scandal

Top DCC boss Tony Avery quits over Citifleet scandal

The Dunedin City Council's alleged Citifleet fraud has claimed another victim with the shock resignation of infrastructure and networks general manager Tony Avery.

Further DCC inquiries possible amid changes

Further DCC inquiries possible amid changes

There are no guarantees the Dunedin City Council's alleged $1.5 million vehicle fraud will not be the only issue uncovered as the council overhauls its internal controls, chief executive Dr Sue Bidrose warns.

Council overlooked audit advice

Council overlooked audit advice

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull concedes a chance to detect the alleged $1.5 million Citifleet fraud may have been missed, after the council twice overlooked advice from Audit New Zealand.

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