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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.

Harbour hotel now 'a long shot'

Harbour hotel now 'a  long shot'

The woman behind the plan to build a $100 million waterfront hotel in Dunedin says the proposal is now ''a long shot''.

Cull, Vandervis censured over feud

Cull, Vandervis censured over feud

The failure of Dunedin's mayor and a city councillor to resolve a minor conduct breach more quickly did not reflect well on either of them as city leaders, the men were told yesterday.

DCC aims at young voters

A youth participation advisory group for the Dunedin City Council is to be set up after the council signed off on the idea yesterday.

Councillors seek better voice for city's youth

Councillors seek better voice for city's youth

Dunedin's youngest city councillors are to seek support from their colleagues to ensure young people's voices are heard at the Dunedin City Council.

More owners dealing with abandoned vehicles

More owners dealing with abandoned vehicles

Dunedin City Council has taken more action on abandoned vehicle complaints and so reduced the number of vehicles it has to dispose of.

City-Ngai Tahu good partners

City-Ngai Tahu good partners

The relationship between Ngai Tahu and the Dunedin City Council is ''blossoming by the day'', as their respective leaders discuss regional economic development, including the benefits and risks of offshore oil and gas exploration.

Call for bikes to be registered vehicles

Call for bikes to be registered vehicles

Cyclists' ''ignorance and arrogance'' has prompted Strath Taieri Community Board chairman Barry Williams to call for cycles to be registered.

Mobile food bylaw could be relaxed after feedback

Mobile food bylaw could be relaxed after feedback

Mobile food traders could soon be dotted around Dunedin's central city, and potentially along the main shopping streets, under a proposed relaxation of the bylaw governing where they can operate.

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