Stockpiled recycling will not be put in the landfill if no
new market can be found, the Dunedin City Council says.
The return to health of the Dunedin City Council's
multimillion-dollar Waipori Fund should not encourage
councillors to consider selling it, the fund's head has
The Dunedin City Council is locked in a tussle with one of
its community boards after both claimed rights to money from
trees harvested at Walton Park.
The economic development of Dunedin is far and away the top
priority for its residents, a survey has found.
The Dunedin City Council has committed to keeping the Otago
Peninsula Community Board better informed after the board
expressed concern it was not told about a consent
Skateboarders could be forced to hand over their wheels as
part of a crackdown being considered by the Dunedin City
Proposed new rules for mobile traders in Dunedin could
threaten the ''vibrancy'' in some parts of the city, a city
The Dunedin City Council is to consider introducing new 40kmh
variable speed limit zones outside some schools.
As a stockpile of the city's plastic waste grows ever bigger,
the Dunedin City Council is being warned it may have to
increase rates if returns from recycling do not improve.
An announcement Anadarko is set to drill a $US100 million
test well off the Otago coast in January is good news for a
Dunedin economy ''struggling for jobs'', Otago Chamber of
Commerce president Peter McIntyre says.
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