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DCC aims to reduce emissions

DCC aims to reduce emissions

A target to reduce Dunedin City Council's emissions 5% by 2018-19 is partly about setting a good example, Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says.

Power cut complaints prompt Delta inquiry

Power cut complaints prompt Delta inquiry

Dunedin City Council-owned company Delta has launched an internal investigation as complaints continue following this week's unscheduled power outage.

Second complaint about Vandervis

Second complaint about Vandervis

Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis now faces two formal complaints despite apologising for an allegedly expletive-laden outburst aimed at senior Dunedin City Council staff.

DCC wants access squabble buried

DCC wants access squabble buried

The Dunedin City Council is attempting to unlock a dispute over access to Larnach's Tomb that involves the trust that helped save it.

Extra funding for Otago Museum

Extra funding for Otago Museum

The Dunedin City Council has signalled a funding increase for Otago Museum, but stopped short of a request for more than $1 million over the next decade.

Pared rates rises would come at a price

Pared rates rises would come at a price

Debt levels will remain higher for longer, but rates increases will be trimmed, if a revised Dunedin City Council budget to be considered next week is accepted.

Consultation on physio pool mooted

Consultation on physio pool mooted

The Dunedin City Council is to consider consulting residents on whether it should help fund the Otago Therapeutic Pool in Dunedin.

30-year plan estimates $2.8b cost

A draft 30-year infrastructure strategy for Dunedin city has been approved by city councillors for public consultation.

New DCC manager

New DCC manager

Former Queenstown Lakes District Council operations general manager Ruth Stokes has been appointed to the position of infrastructure and networks general manager at Dunedin City Council, replacing departing manager Tony Avery.

Council gift policy - 'Not everyone likes it'

Council gift policy - 'Not everyone likes it'

A new gift and hospitality policy at the Dunedin City Council has had a mixed reaction among staff.

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