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Risk too low to warrant action

Risk too low to warrant action

The Dunedin City Council says cars being forced to drive over the centre line on Hagart Alexander Dr is not a major concern.

DCC's credit rating up

DCC's credit rating up

Dunedin city councillors burst into applause as it was confirmed yesterday international credit agency Standard and Poor's had lifted its negative outlook for the Dunedin City Council.

Fee debate in private

Debate over the amount of money allocated for Dunedin City Council company directors' fees was deemed non-public at the last minute yesterday.

No progress on email inquiry

No progress on email inquiry

An investigation into the Dunedin City Council's refusal to release emails about the Dalai Lama's visit to Dunedin looks set to drag on into next year.

Future uncertain for water staff

Future uncertain for water staff

The Dunedin City Council has confirmed Christchurch City Council-owned company City Care has been awarded the tender to maintain Dunedin's water and wastewater network.

Toilets, lift added to stadium space

Toilets, lift added to stadium space

A fresh war of words has broken out over suggestions Forsyth Barr Stadium has been caught short by missing toilets inside the venue.

Fresh claim over Moana Pool vending machines

Fresh claim over Moana Pool vending machines

A Dunedin City Council manager says he is being ''dragged through the wringer'' over questions about his private contract to supply vending machines at Moana Pool.

1780 submissions made on cycling lanes

1780 submissions made on cycling lanes

With three days remaining before submissions close, the New Zealand Transport Agency has already received 1780 responses to its proposals for separated cycle lanes through central Dunedin.

Trading debate widened

Trading debate widened

A debate about revising Dunedin City Council's mobile trading bylaw turned to the use of the city's public spaces in general yesterday, resulting in an entirely new proposal for the council to consider.

Exploration strong feeling shown: DCC

The large number of submissions the Dunedin City Council received on its submission on the 2014 petroleum exploration block offers is another reflection of the depth of feeling on the issue of oil and gas exploration, council staff say.

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