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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Local Politics articles  Local Politics
    A big job ahead for the Otago Regional Council to remedy an E.coli contamination spread throughout 119 bores
     16 June 2018
    A big job ahead for the Otago Regional Council to remedy an E.coli contamination spread throughout 119 bores
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    Upper Hutt's mayor says events like the death of a five-month-old baby shouldn't be happening in New Zealand
    13 Jun: Upper Hutt's mayor says events like the death of a five-month-old baby shouldn't be happening in New Zealand... more
    Kapiti Coast District Council will consider financially supporting a private airline
    13 Jun: Kapiti Coast District Council will consider financially supporting a private airline... more
    Nearly half of Auckland's councillors have penned a letter of no confidence in Mayor Phil Goff
    12 Jun: Nearly half of Auckland's councillors have penned a letter of no confidence in Mayor Phil Goff... more
    The Tasman District Council will seek legal advice before demolishing the historic Takaka Grandstand
    11 Jun: The Tasman District Council will seek legal advice before demolishing the historic Takaka Grandstand... more
    Upper Hutt's mayor is calling on the community to dob in two dangerous motorcyclists
    8 Jun: Upper Hutt's mayor is calling on the community to dob in two dangerous motorcyclists... more
    Waimakariri District Council has decided to build a multi-million dollar sports facility
    6 Jun: Waimakariri District Council has decided to build a multi-million dollar sports facility... more
    The Selwyn mayor is hoping businesses in the district will be able to retain more spending
    6 Jun: The Selwyn mayor is hoping businesses in the district will be able to retain more spending... more
    Tairawhiti Civil Defence Emergency Management and Gisborne District Council's flood warning teams are in for a long night monitoring river levels and rainfall in the district overnight
    4 Jun: Tairawhiti Civil Defence Emergency Management and Gisborne District Council's flood warning teams are in for a long night monitoring river levels and rainfall in the district overnight... more
    An Auckland councillor who voted against the city's regional fuel tax says he did so because it will cause more of a divide between rich and poor
    31 May: An Auckland councillor who voted against the city's regional fuel tax says he did so because it will cause more of a divide between rich and poor... more

     Most Popular Recent Local Politics News
     31 May: New Plymouth District Council has announced a safety upgrade to the intersection where a school girl died in Inglewood last year ++++++
     06 Jun: The Selwyn mayor is hoping businesses in the district will be able to retain more spending ++++++
     04 Jun: Tairawhiti Civil Defence Emergency Management and Gisborne District Council's flood warning teams are in for a long night monitoring river levels and rainfall in the district overnight +++++
     06 Jun: Waimakariri District Council has decided to build a multi-million dollar sports facility +++++
     31 May: An Auckland councillor who voted against the city's regional fuel tax says he did so because it will cause more of a divide between rich and poor ++++
     12 Jun: Nearly half of Auckland's councillors have penned a letter of no confidence in Mayor Phil Goff ++++
     21 May: Trial of Kapiti councillor who allegedly pressed himself against a female staff member underway in Wellington ++++

     Local Politics NewsLinks
      17 Jun: Grey district mayor tony kokshoorn on bowing out after 21 years in politics (Stuff.co.nz)
      6 Jun: The latest: italy leader: eu immigration policy a 'failure' (NZ Herald)
      29 May: Olympic medallist dick quax a champion on and off track (NZ Herald)
      13 May: Liam dann: brace yourself for petrol at $3 a litre (NZ Herald)
      20 Mar: Shadbolt did not defame councillor (RadioNZ)
      19 Mar: Defamation trial: not guilty verdict good for councils - shadbolt (RadioNZ)
      2 Mar: Politics could matter to emerging-market investors this year (NZ Herald)
      1 Feb: The latest: interim school leader says not time for politics (NZ Herald)
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