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DVML's new head seeks iconic events

DVML's new head seeks iconic events

The new broom in charge of Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium says the venue can still find success by attracting more big concerts and creating ''iconic'' events.

Delta thwarted proper scrutiny, breached Acts

Delta thwarted proper scrutiny, breached Acts

The Dunedin City Council must share the blame for multimillion-dollar losses incurred by Delta from its failed property investments at Jacks Point and Luggate, Mayor Dave Cull says.

Police not pursuing Vandervis complaint against 'ODT'

Police not pursuing Vandervis complaint against 'ODT'

Police have decided not to pursue a complaint against the Otago Daily Times made by Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis.

DCC apology, $50k payout to quarry owners

DCC apology, $50k payout to quarry owners

The Dunedin City Council has offered a public apology and a $50,000 payout to settle a long-running dispute with the owners of a quarry over mislaid information.

Land purchases report imminent

The findings of a major investigation into Delta's multimillion-dollar land acquisitions at Jacks Point and Luggate are expected to be released next week.

Ratepayers asked to have a say

A newsletter setting out the Dunedin City Council's proposed priorities for the year ahead and where it thinks rates money should be spent is landing in Dunedin mailboxes this week.

DCC fluoride policy more secure: mayor

DCC fluoride policy more secure: mayor

The Dunedin City Council's policy on water fluoridation is more secure after a landmark decision by the High Court in Taranaki, Mayor Dave Cull says.

Bid to rid Macandrew Bay of campers

Bid to rid Macandrew Bay of campers

Macandrew Bay may soon be free of freedom campers: residents' opposition has prompted the Otago Peninsula Community Board to seek immediate changes to the Dunedin City Council's trial of designated freedom camping locations.

More property sales eyed to invest in Wall Street

The Dunedin City Council could sell more surplus properties to fund its $2.3 million redevelopment of the Wall Street mall, it has been suggested.

Council changes bring protest

The company behind a 25-lot residential development set to take shape at the former Waldronville school and playcentre site has objected to conditions imposed by the Dunedin City Council.

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