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Quick exit for another DCC senior manager

Quick exit for another DCC senior manager

Another senior manager is to have a quick exit from the Dunedin City Council after the announcement yesterday of his departure.

4am World Cup TV in city bar opposed

4am World Cup TV in city bar opposed

A Dunedin bar's plans to screen Fifa World Cup matches later this year could be derailed by concerns the venue could attract early-morning drinkers ''like moths to the flame''.

City development a long game: Staynes

City development a long game: Staynes

The economic development of a city is a long game, but a partnership approach is already making a difference to Dunedin's economy, the city's deputy mayor says.

Move to biodegradable parking meter receipts

The Dunedin City Council is introducing biodegradable parking meter receipts to all of the city's pay and display meters.

Musselburgh gets a cycle lane

Musselburgh gets a cycle lane

A separated cycle lane is to be installed on the north side of Musselburgh Rise through the Musselburgh shopping area, as part of the South Dunedin cycle network.

Traffic issues 'could have been resolved'

Traffic issues 'could have been resolved'

The traffic engineer hired by Betterways Advisory Ltd to help progress Dunedin's waterfront hotel has rejected claims the project was fatally flawed.

Bus service transfer may include Q'town

Bus service transfer may include Q'town

If the Otago Regional Council decides to transfer its public transport responsibilities to the Dunedin City Council, its transport role in Queenstown could be up for discussion as well.

Council taking steps over encroachment work

The Dunedin City Council is working to improve the information available on its encroachment policy following recent public concerns about its approach.

Draft budget feedback pretty good: council

Draft budget feedback pretty good: council

The Dunedin City Council says feedback on its draft budget has been ''pretty good'' despite some disappointing turnouts at public meetings in recent weeks.

Council expects late rush

Funding has been provided to boost the warmth and insulation of more than 500 Dunedin homes under a Dunedin City Council targeted rates scheme.

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