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Council changes bring protest

The company behind a 25-lot residential development set to take shape at the former Waldronville school and playcentre site has objected to conditions imposed by the Dunedin City Council.

More property sales eyed to invest in Wall Street

The Dunedin City Council could sell more surplus properties to fund its $2.3 million redevelopment of the Wall Street mall, it has been suggested.

City Care contract takes effect today

Christchurch City Council-owned company City Care takes over maintenance of Dunedin's water and wastewater network from today.

Deep-sea drilling change slammed

Deep-sea drilling change slammed

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has slammed the Government's decision to waive notification of exploratory deep-sea drilling.

Council reverses stand on one of two water applications

Council reverses stand on one of two water applications

Dunedin city councillors have partially backtracked on a decision to reject an application for out-of-zone water connections to a Signal Hill property.

Road funds change could cost council

Any sudden move to a new rate of Government funding that could create a $4.3 million reduction in work done on Dunedin's roads each year would compromise the city council's ability to maintain acceptable levels of service, the council says.

Council payments to trust queried

Council payments to trust queried

A stadium opponent has questioned a series of historic administration cost payments from the Dunedin City Council to the trust in charge of the Forsyth Barr Stadium's development.

Major stadium losses looming

Major stadium losses looming

Major ongoing losses are predicted by the company running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium following a review identifying operating costs and expenditure.

Development fee increase proposed

Development fee increase proposed

Dunedin developers will pay increased contributions to the Dunedin City Council but ratepayers will not immediately see a reduction in rates increases, under a proposed new allocation of development-related costs.

Push to attract overseas students

Push to attract overseas students

The Dunedin City Council has employed a person to help attract international students to the city to study.

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