A busy block of Great King St has been identified as the
preferred location for Dunedin's planned central bus hub.
Some farmers could pay up to $300 and $800 for water quality
and dairy monitoring respectively, under proposed new
As Twelve Mile Creek may be a likely water supply option for
further development in its catchment, it is important to have
a range of information on the waterway, the Otago Regional
A proposal for a new batch of bus shelters has left some
affected property owners in less than a transport of delight.
Robust policies at the Otago Regional Council mean it can be
confident fraud involving the sale of assets is not
Fallout from the Rena grounding off Tauranga's coast
has led the Otago Regional Council to nearly triple its
insurance cover for harbour incidents.
Extensions to public bus contracts due to changes in the Land
Transport Act are costing the Otago Regional Council an extra
New water quality rules in Otago will start having an effect
well before their introduction in 2020, the Otago Regional
The Dunedin City Council and the Otago Regional Council
should get together to underwrite air services to Dunedin, an
aviation expert says.
The Tomahawk community will ''mull'' over the science behind
the algae problems in its lagoon last summer.
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