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Proactive: Council advocacy for Dunedin Schools

A report to the planning and environment committee said while the council was not in a position to comment on the educational needs of the area, it was responsible for promoting the economic, social, environmental and cultural wellbeing of residents.

### ODT Online Tue, 26 Apr 2011
DCC adds to debate on South Dunedin schools
By David Loughrey
The Dunedin City Council has added its voice to the debate over the review of south Dunedin schools, calling for the Ministry of Education to consider keeping any unused school grounds for the community. The council last week voted to ratify a submission on the issue that had been sent to the ministry, which Mayor Dave Cull said would help provide a wider perspective.
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Report – PEC – 19/04/2011 (PDF, 673.7 KB, new window)
Submission to Ministry of Education on Review of South Dunedin Schools

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ORC: Ports merger only approved if it benefits Otago

It would be wrong not to consult the port’s owners, the ratepayers, over merging with another port.

### ODT Online Thu, 11 Mar 2010
Public consultation over merger of ports
By Eileen Goodwin
Otago Regional councillors yesterday voted to consult the public over a possible merger between Port Otago and Lyttelton Port, despite deeming such a move to be insignificant. Port Otago is expected to make a formal recommendation on a merger proposal to the regional council this year.
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Cairns gets in ahead of criticism
ORC toughens consents stance

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