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Camping ban to be reviewed

Camping ban to be reviewed

A ban on freedom camping may be amended by the Dunedin City Council in time for the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

Confusion as deadline draws near

Confusion as deadline draws near

Confusion surrounding Dunedin's new kerbside collection service could drive up the cost of the scheme for the city's 45,000 households, the Dunedin City Council is warning.

Teeing up right tenant

Teeing up right tenant

Situated close to the first tee at the Chisholm Park Golf Club, 40 Tahuna Rd is either a golfer's dream, or a possible nightmare for those not keen on an aerial golf ball attack on their roof.

DCC explains its conference calculations

DCC explains its conference calculations

The Dunedin City Council has clarified its calculations of the economic benefit of an international conference announced this week.

Mayor rejects Butler's request

Mayor rejects Butler's request

Dunedin Mayor-elect Dave Cull has said "No" to a request from council candidate Bev Butler for an assurance she would not be charged for an election recount.

Staynes likely to be deputy

Staynes likely to be deputy

Dunedin's next deputy mayor looks set to be Cr Chris Staynes, with his appointment expected to be confirmed at a Dunedin City Council meeting next week.

Media ban 'not a gag'

Media ban 'not a gag'

A project manager who discussed possible delays to the $75.8 million stage two upgrade of Dunedin's Tahuna wastewater treatment plant has been ordered not to speak to media about the project.

Recount decision due today

Recount decision due today

Dunedin council candidate Bev Butler's election recount - if it goes ahead - could cost Dunedin ratepayers up to $70,000.

Tsunami response exercise

Tsunami response exercise

While the people of Otago went about their daily business yesterday, Civil Defence was hard at work preparing the region for a one-in-2500-year disaster.

Don't sign any tender papers, Harland told

Don't sign any tender papers, Harland told

The controversial project to realign Lovelock Ave, in Dunedin, may be dumped, just days before tender documents are due to be signed.

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