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Leaders have done 'pretty good work' to turn systems around

The Dunedin City Council has done some ''pretty good work in a pretty short period of time'' to turn its systems around, Deloitte partner Kyle Cameron, the lead investigator of the Citifleet fraud, says.

Investigation was big job

The man who led the investigation into a $1.59 million fraud at the Dunedin City Council says ''a lot of work'' went into it.

Report reveals 'range of fraudulent activities' at DCC

Report reveals 'range of fraudulent activities' at DCC

An in-depth report into a more than $1.5 million fraud at Dunedin City Council has revealed it went beyond the sale of 152 council-owned vehicles.

Oval name change

Oval name change

The Dunedin City Council is to rename the University Oval the University of Otago Oval.

New policy on remissions

The Dunedin City Council is to adopt a new process to deal with requests to not pay some or all of required development contributions.

Camping trial stopped

Camping trial stopped

The Dunedin City Council has stopped a trial of a new freedom camping area in the city in its tracks, concerned instead of sharing the load, it may add to the problem.

Fraud prevention policy updated

The Dunedin City Council is to adopt a new fraud prevention policy.

Hill talks continue

Hill talks continue

The man instrumental in the Dunedin City Council's move to take the Saddle Hill quarry matter to court plans to stay active on the topic and is keen to help find a solution that is acceptable to the quarry's owners, the council and the community.

DCC advertising to attract private crematorium lessee

DCC advertising to attract private crematorium lessee

The Dunedin City Council is calling for expressions of interest as it seeks a private operator to take over the Andersons Bay crematorium.

Efforts to get new premises praised

Efforts to get new premises praised

After five years of ''hard slog'' the new Brighton Surf Life Saving Club building was officially opened at the weekend.

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