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Council overlooked audit advice

Council overlooked audit advice

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull concedes a chance to detect the alleged $1.5 million Citifleet fraud may have been missed, after the council twice overlooked advice from Audit New Zealand.

Audit NZ slated over Citifleet 'fraud'

Audit NZ slated over Citifleet 'fraud'

The effectiveness of Audit New Zealand is being questioned as a war of words erupts over the Dunedin City Council's alleged $1.5 million vehicle fraud.

DCC calls in police

DCC calls in police

Dunedin City Council jobs could be on the line as the organisation reels from an alleged $1.5 million vehicle fraud.

Councillors careful to keep mum

Dunedin city councillors are remaining tight-lipped about the alleged Citifleet fraud.

$1.5m DCC fraud probe: police called in

$1.5m DCC fraud probe: police called in

Police have been called in, and the Serious Fraud Office notified, after the Dunedin City Council this afternoon revealed the full size of an alleged $1.5 million fraud within its Citifleet department.

Dunedin street maintenance

Since moving from Dunedin to Palmerston North in 2013 due to the high Dunedin rates and lack of long-term direction within the City Council, I travel to Dunedin on business every 2 weeks. I cannot resist comparing the shocking condition of Dunedin Street surfaces with those of Palmerston North and Wellington.

DCC adopts position over trans-Pacific agreement

The Dunedin City Council has taken a stance on the trans-Pacific partnership agreement.

Transpacific deal on DCC agenda

The transpacific trade partnership is on the Dunedin City Council's agenda today as it decides whether to lobby the Government.

Praise for DCC's new internal controls

The Dunedin City Council's move to tighten internal controls has been praised by the Office of the Auditor-general, even as the investigation into an alleged $1 million Citifleet fraud continues.

Hazard rule changes spur property price fears

Hazard rule changes spur property price fears

The Dunedin City Council is considering changes to proposed new rules on natural hazards, amid community concern about the impact the ''broad brush'' proposals could have on property prices.

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