The fog of war is descending as Dunedin's mayoral aspirants
jockey for position a year out from local body elections.
The Dunedin City Council is being warned online voting could
open democracy's door to hackers.
The Dunedin City Council says the recruitment of two lawyers
will help the organisation avoid sticky situations and save
The Dunedin City Council is wasting time and money ''chasing
ghosts'' as councillors fire off tit for tat official
information requests aimed at each other, Cr David
Donning a helmet, a high vis jacket and climbing aboard a
scooter yesterday gave Sue Bidrose a ''front line''
perspective of what her parking officers do.
Dunedin is poised for a multimillion-dollar windfall as it
prepares to host a growing number of conferences and the
thousands of high-spending delegates that come with them,
deputy mayor Chris Staynes says.
Dunedin's waterfront is the city's biggest missed
opportunity, but the planets could be aligning for
development, advocates say. Chris Morris reports.
The removal of St Clair's bungled cycleway infrastructure has
begun, and is expected to be complete within a week.
The Dunedin City Council is
proposing a land swap to resolve another long running
property dispute on Otago Peninsula.
There are signs of progress in the long running dispute over
stormwater damage to an Otago Peninsula property.
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