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DCC in drive to cut food wastage

DCC in drive to cut food wastage

Don't throw out that slightly dated banana.

Councillor apologises for 'loudness'

Dunedin City councillor Lee Vandervis has apologised for ''loudness'' over two code of conduct complaints and says he will ensure it does not happen again.

Cycling initiatives praised

Giving top priority to proposed Dunedin cycle safety initiatives is a ''fantastic step forward'' Spokes Dunedin chairman Robert Thompson said yesterday.

Council to recover $420,000 from land sale

The Dunedin City Council will recoup $420,000 from a land sale that helped settle a dispute with Dunedin city councillor Doug Hall.

Look at audit, disposal policies

Look at audit, disposal policies

The Dunedin City Council is continuing to close the gaps in its defences in the wake of the $1.5 million Citifleet fraud.

Debt drops by $25m

Debt drops by $25m

The Dunedin City Council's group debt has dropped by more than $25 million on the back of stronger results by its companies, new figures show.

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.

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