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Lovelock first test for Cull

Lovelock first test for Cull

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull will face the first major test of his leadership on Monday, when the council he heads reconsiders the controversial Lovelock Ave realignment.

Council a happy place to work, says Harland

Council a happy place to work, says Harland

Dunedin City Council chief executive Jim Harland says the council remains a happy workplace, despite more than one-quarter of employees opting not to express pride in working for the organisation in an internal survey.

Unsuccessful bid cost DCC candidate $9492

Unsuccessful bid cost DCC candidate $9492

Neither Google nor Facebook could help businessman Trevor Turner secure victory in last month's Dunedin City Council election.

Any old e-waste? Tonnes brought in

Any old e-waste? Tonnes brought in

eDay, a national free computer component and phone recycling event, took place across New Zealand on Saturday.

Harland's 'big ask': Save city $6m

Harland's 'big ask': Save city $6m

Dunedin City Council managers are under pressure to help find $6 million in savings and slash next year's forecast 9.1% rates increase by two-thirds.

DCC to put waste plan to businesses

About 750 Dunedin businesses are about to hear how they will be affected by major changes to the Dunedin City Council's trade waste system.

New DCC committee chairman warns of belt-tightening ahead

The chairman of the expanded Dunedin City Council committee that will oversee the city's finances has warned "belt-tightening" is expected from both the council and the community during the next three years.

Tender details next week

The Dunedin City Council expects to name within days the company that will build the next stage of the Tahuna wastewater treatment plant, but is denying the project has slipped further behind schedule.

Road-noise concerns spur plea

Road-noise concerns spur plea

Residents likely to be affected by the Caversham Valley highway redevelopment want the Dunedin City Council to help them get a better deal.

Get off the footpath, drivers told

Get off the footpath, drivers told

The Dunedin City Council will start a new parking enforcement campaign this week after receiving complaints about cars parking on footpaths in the Octagon.

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