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DCC staff member quits as CV queried

DCC staff member quits as CV queried

A Dunedin City Council staff member has resigned part-way through an investigation into ‘‘irregularities'' in his CV, it has been confirmed.

Decision on refugee bid soon

Decision on refugee bid soon

A decision on Dunedin's bid to become New Zealand's next refugee resettlement centre will be made within weeks, Immigration New Zealand says.

Council set to invoke order against hoarder

Council set to invoke order against hoarder

The Dunedin City Council appears set to begin enforcement against a Mornington homeowner, whose deadline for removing 16 vehicles from his Renfrew St property passed last week.

DCC reviewing library fines

Tardy book-lovers could be cut off sooner if the Dunedin City Council presses ahead with a lower fines limit for the city's libraries.

DCC had double agenda on Taieri

DCC had double agenda on Taieri

A leaked report into the Dunedin City Council's push to buy properties on the Taieri shows its ''chickens have come home to roost'', Mayor Dave Cull says.

Cull calls for evidence over courthouse cost

Cull calls for evidence over courthouse cost

Dunedin's mayor has made a plea for evidence that would explain the Government's ''preposterous'' $15 million cost estimate for strengthening the city's historic courthouse.

Council's treatment of couple criticised

Council's treatment of couple criticised

A retired couple forced to fight for five years to sell their farm to the Dunedin City Council were left with ''a noose around their necks'', Cr Kate Wilson says.

Microchips reduce impoundment rate

Microchips reduce impoundment rate

Increased microchipping has reduced the number of dogs being impounded, says a report to tomorrow's Dunedin City Council planning and regulatory committee.

One 'city to sea' bike path proposed

One 'city to sea' bike path proposed

The troubled South Dunedin cycle network may be pared back to a single city to sea path to enable it to be completed within budget.

Floods not expected to affect premiums

Floods not expected to affect premiums

Dunedin's floods have not affected insurance premiums or residents' ability to secure insurance.

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