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.
Dunedin council candidate Bev
Butler's election recount - if it goes ahead - could cost
Dunedin ratepayers up to $70,000.
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.
The controversial project to
realign Lovelock Ave, in Dunedin, may be dumped, just days
before tender documents are due to be signed.
The issuing of a stadium investment bond to allow Otago
investors a chance to support the building of the new Forsyth
Barr Stadium would have made sense, financial industry
Dunedin City Council has revised its traffic plan for cruise
ships, after consulting affected parties.
It is the right time for Dunedin City Council to tackle
global issues, new councillor Jinty MacTavish says.
Newly-elected Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis has
criticised Energy Safety for failing to fully investigate
damage to an 11,000-volt power cable in Mosgiel.
Don't make jokes about other nationalities, don't talk
politics and don't forget to smile are just some of the tips
given to retailers in advance of the forthcoming cruise ship
Incumbent councillor Colin Weatherall is celebrating victory
by just 43 votes, but former Stop the Stadium president Bev
Butler says she might yet seek a recount.
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