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g’bye & ’ello

before you erupt into hoots and cackles it’s not me changing trains

news this afternoon : the DCC GCFO has resigned

for a CEO role in the private sector

WISE MAN

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Sat, 11 Jun 2016 at 6:00 a.m.

things have a strange way of working out in an even stranger little town, now don’t they

Sat, 11 Jun 2016
ODT: Sir Julian stands down, McKenzie appointed CEO
Sir Julian Smith, chairman and managing director of Allied Press, publisher of the Otago Daily Times, is stepping down from the day-to-day running of the company after nearly 40 years. Sir Julian (72), who will remain as chairman, told staff yesterday he has appointed Dunedin City Council group chief financial officer Grant McKenzie as the new Allied Press chief executive officer.

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ODT to lose Murray Kirkness

IMG_20150618_231024### ODT Online Thu, 18 Jun 2015
‘ODT’ editor resigns
Otago Daily Times editor Murray Kirkness has resigned, Allied Press Ltd managing director Sir Julian Smith has announced. Mr Kirkness (47) has accepted the role of weekday editor at The New Zealand Herald in Auckland. He will remain at the ODT until August.
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*Image: dunedintv.co.nz – Murray Kirkness

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Dunedin Museums: WigleyNews

Linda Wigley 2 [odt.co.nz] reimaged

LindaWigley 15.7.13 (1)

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StS call for resignation not helpful

### ODT Online Thu, 2 Apr 2009
Harland defends briefing to lawyers about stadium

By David Loughrey

Dunedin City Council chief executive Jim Harland says the council’s lawyers were fully briefed on changes to the stadium project before they advised that more consultation on the issue was not needed.

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