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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.

Countdown to new planning hearing date

A new date has been set for a resource consent hearing over a $15 million Mosgiel supermarket.

Q&A: Meet a parking warden

Q&A: Meet a parking warden

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.

Cycleway compromise earns praise

Cycleway compromise earns praise

The Dunedin City Council has earned praise from a group of businesses after compromising to resolve a cycleway dispute in Portobello Rd.

Council sets up whistleblower committee

Council sets up whistleblower committee

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 yesterday.

Vandervis accused of 'bullying' behaviour

Vandervis accused of 'bullying' behaviour

Dunedin City councillor Lee Vandervis' aggression towards colleagues was slammed as unacceptable at a code of conduct hearing yesterday.

DCC in drive to cut food wastage

DCC in drive to cut food wastage

Don't throw out that slightly dated banana.

Group supports central hub

Group supports central hub

Bus advocacy group Bus Go Dunedin supports a proposed central bus hub but wants to ensure it is well-designed and welcoming for users and does not become a poorly-maintained ''ghetto''.

Councillor apologises for 'loudness'

Dunedin City councillor Lee Vandervis has apologised for ''loudness'' over two code of conduct complaints and says he will ensure it does not happen again.

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