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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.

Influence a mayoralty option

Influence a mayoralty option Is the mayor of Dunedin largely a ceremonial figurehead, or a critical player in all the activities of local government? Lee Vandervis offers a personal perspective and contrasts the styles of two past civic leaders.

Harland quits after decade at helm

Harland quits after decade at helm The clean-out is complete at the top of the Dunedin City Council, with council chief executive Jim Harland announcing his decision to quit after more than a decade at the helm.

Saying no

Saying no

New Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull this week compared the challenges he and the Dunedin City Council face to walking a tightrope.

Dunedin City Council CEO Jim Harland resigns

Dunedin City Council CEO Jim Harland resigns

Dunedin City Council chief executive Jim Harland has resigned today after 11 years in the job.

Free Wi-Fi sparks national interest

Free Wi-Fi sparks national interest The Dunedin City Council's free Octagon Wi-Fi initiative has gone so well other centres are now asking for help setting up their own wireless internet hubs, a DCC manager says.

Butcher won't say why she quit meeting

Butcher won't say why she quit meeting

Dunedin city councillor Fliss Butcher will not say why she quit this week's council meeting or refused a nomination for a committee post.

Butcher quits DCC meeting

Dunedin city councillor Fliss Butcher unexpectedly quit yesterday's Dunedin City Council meeting, leaving another councillor to confirm Cr Butcher had rejected a nomination as deputy chairwoman of a committee.

Shake-up for DCC committees

Shake-up for DCC committees

A shake-up of Dunedin City Council committees has resulted in the creation of a new economic body, and its chairman is promising to consider deferring multimillion-dollar capital projects to save money.

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