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Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has called out Mondelez for refusing to take up the city council's offer to discuss options for keeping the Cadbury factory open.
The group fighting to keep the Cadbury factory open has appealed to Dunedin residents to turn out in large numbers to a rally in the Octagon today.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull will speak at a public rally organised to protest the proposed closure of the Cadbury factory in Dunedin.
Dunedin residents against the proposed closure of the Cadbury factory will have a chance to express their opposition at a protest on Saturday.
Social workers are warning of a spike in family violence when Dunedin’s Cadbury factory closes its doors.
Cadbury workers are having trouble securing bank loans and house tenancies because of the threat over their jobs, making their lives "so difficult", their union says.
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Concerns about the viability of the Cadbury plant were raised with him during visits to the factory, Dunedin National list MP Michael Woodhouse has confirmed.
A meeting between Dunedin's leaders and Mondelez International over the Cadbury factory was labelled a ''farce'' by a union representative and ''constructive'' by Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull.
There was outrage and disbelief yesterday in response to Mondelez International's plan to apply for ratepayer cash to hold this year's Cadbury Chocolate Carnival.
A top-level meeting to discuss the Cadbury closure ended with reporters being ejected from the civic centre and the workers' union leaving early.
Actor Sam Neill has threatened to call for a boycott of Cadbury products should the company go ahead with the closure of its Dunedin factory.
MPs, senior officials, city leaders and social sector representatives are meeting Mondelez officials this afternoon at the Dunedin City Council to discuss the planned Cadbury closure.
Mondelez International will line up for more ratepayer cash for the Cadbury Chocolate Carnival, despite its plan to close the Dunedin factory and put 362 people out of work.
Manufacturing still has a future in Dunedin, despite the corporate "greed'' behind plans to close the Cadbury chocolate factory, Labour leader Andrew Little says.
Cadbury's closure will ripple through the Dunedin economy, costing support companies their contracts and possibly even their staff, the Otago Chamber of Commerce says.
There is no chance of the Cadbury factory being saved from closure after owner Mondelez made its decision, long-time confectionery maker Nat Craig says.