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Smaller taxi firms to be included in talks

Smaller taxi firms to be included in talks

Dunedin's small taxi firms will not be left out of talks to resolve safety and parking concerns in the Octagon, senior city council traffic engineer Bruce Conaghan says.

Police crackdown on skateboarders

Police crackdown on skateboarders Dunedin police have warned skateboarders they face being fined as authorities crack down on dangerous behaviour on the city's roads.

Access to credit card details being examined

Complaints over public office credit card expenses may result in guidelines for the kind of information which is able to be released.

Pay cuts for DCC staff

Pay cuts for DCC staff

Some Dunedin City Council staff are facing $1500 pay cuts from October, after a review of an "attraction and retention" payment they receive on top of their salary.

Workshop on climate change

Workshop on climate change

The need to adapt Dunedin's coastline to climate change will be discussed at a workshop in Dunedin next month.

Judgement day looms on DCC debt

Judgement day looms on DCC debt

In six weeks, Dunedin residents will have the opportunity to have their say on the city's future at the 2010 local government elections. Dunedin City Council reporter David Loughrey looks at the council's record in the last triennium, considers the issues that will dominate the election, and asks: Does the council listens to its citizens?

Voting patterns emerge

Voting patterns at the Dunedin City Council vary, but on most votes relating to the Forsyth Barr Stadium, Crs Fliss Butcher, Kate Wilson, Dave Cull, Teresa Stevenson and Chris Staynes have voted against the project.

Hard call on John Wilson Ocean Dr use

Hard call on John Wilson Ocean Dr use

The Dunedin City Council's hearings committee faces a difficult decision, after passionate arguments on both sides about the future use of John Wilson Ocean Dr, committee chairman Cr Colin Weatherall says.

DCC fine-tunes city parking strategy

DCC fine-tunes city parking strategy

More $5-a-day parking in Dunedin, and changes to parking in the St Andrew St and Exchange areas, are the main outcomes of a review of the city's controversial parking strategy.

Legal opinion sought on dispute

Legal opinion sought on dispute

Dunedin City Council staff are remaining tight-lipped about efforts to resolve a six-year dispute between neighbours at Seaview Tce, Dunedin.

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