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DCC may pay more for lighting at oval

The Dunedin City Council could pay more for new floodlights at the University Oval, after the University of Otago ruled out making a contribution.

Mosgiel pool funding options all have issues

The difficulties of deciding the fate of the Mosgiel aquatic facility have been highlighted in a report to be considered by councillors at next week's long-term plan deliberations.

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Plan hearing to beheld in Mosgiel

The Dunedin City Council is taking its Long Term Plan hearings to Mosgiel as a ''mark of respect'' after it was inundated with submissions on a proposed new pool for the community.

Mosgiel pool the hot topic

Mosgiel pool the hot topic

The campaign for a new Mosgiel pool has been given a shot in the arm after the Dunedin City Council was inundated with submissions on the project, Mayor Dave Cull says.

Frustration over council's 'green' leanings

Frustration over council's 'green' leanings

Halfway through his term as a Dunedin city councillor, Mike Lord says he is frustrated with the amount of time the council spends on ''green issues''.

Apology lacking; voting rights go

Apology lacking; voting rights go

Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis has been stripped of his voting rights after failing to apologise before a 24-hour deadline.

DCC fossil fuel divestment decision raises row

DCC fossil fuel divestment decision raises row

Dunedin based National Party list MP Michael Woodhouse has slammed the Dunedin City Council's decision to dump fossil fuel investments, as a row erupts over the move.

Vandervis apology deemed insufficient

Vandervis apology deemed insufficient

Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis' last minute offer of a ''remorseful apology'' - complete with strings attached - has been rejected as insufficient.

DCC training to raise awareness of fraud

DCC training to raise awareness of fraud

The Dunedin City Council is to give its more than 700 staff new training to protect the organisation from a repeat of the $1.51 million Citifleet fraud.

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