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'This is a delay, not a death knell': Dunedin mayor on waterfront project

Nicole Reporter from Dunedin News

An ambitious plan to transform Dunedin's waterfront has been placed on hold, with mayor Aaron Hawkins insisting it is ''a delay, not a death knell''.

Last year Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones gave $19.9 million from the Government's Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) towards the project.

Fast-forward six months and the project has been mothballed by the Dunedin City Council, forcing it to withdraw from the PGF process.

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7 days ago

Microsoft excell spreadsheets

Bryce from Dunedin Central

I am looking for someone well versed in microsoft excell to help me with a spreadsheet project I am working on. Pleeeease.

11 hours ago

Flat fee for Dunedin bus users proposed

Nicole Reporter from Dunedin News

Dunedin bus users may pay a flat fare as the regional council investigates a post-Covid-19 network.

The proposal, which will go to the Otago Regional Council on Wednesday, would see the introduction of a flat fare of $2 for adults and $1.50 cents for children per trip, using a new Bee Card ticketing system.

Meanwhile, bus travel would be free for SuperGold card holders, who currently can travel free between 9am and 3pm on weekdays.

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