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Complaints range from whether buffet dinners were actually lavish to attacks on Facebook.
Hundreds of people were at the Dunedin Town Hall today to celebrate Dave Cull's life.
A century-old pōhutukawa at risk after council left it off its protected tree schedule.
Far North District Council will next week go back to the table on Māori wards.
A review of local government will explore how councils can better serve their communities.
ANALYSIS: Politics isn't the problem at the council, poor political judgment is.
Four weeks of public consultation is required. The council has a month to do it.
Road autopsy reveals an undercooked price and what led to astonishing consent breaches.
Analysis: Andy Foster's version of political balance undermines much needed fresh start.
Mayor Phil Nixon sees a bright future for South Taranaki.
Mayor Andy Foster announces proposed chairs for new decision-making structure.
Councillors and mayor Andy Foster will meet with the reviewer tomorrow to discuss it.
Tauranga City Council commissioners have unanimously voted to establish a Māori ward.
Coming up with the money to fix our woeful pipes is one thing, but who will do the work?
Health leaders have been quick to condemn Meredith Akuhata-Brown's comments.
Council staff reject the claims the Mayor was denied one-on-one training.
The council has received its second qualified opinion from Audit NZ in less than a year.
Voting rights debate comes after the council agreed in principle to establish Māori ward.
A 'hallelujah' moment is how a lawyer described the commissioner's first public event
Ratepayers will fund Phil Goff and 15 staff to attend the Local Government NZ conference.
The activist group has applied for a judicial review of the Waka Kotahi NZTA led project.
Plans for more housing projects are being mooted by the new Kāinga Ora boss in Northland.
Untreated water had to be diverted after a power cut stopped a UV filter from working.
Whangārei District Council meeting this morning voted to establish a Māori ward.
Two mayors facing water fluoridation as default said they prefer consumer choice.
"I didn't even know what was happening, I just started feeling a lot of pain in my chest."
OPINION: All eyes on sector credentials of council-owned Ports of Auckland's new directors
Councillor travels two hours each way to attend council meetings.