MAYOR STICKS WITH STA­TUS QUO

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Newly-elected Cen­tral Otago Dis­trict Mayor Tim Cado­gan wants to stick with the sta­tus quo and keep Neil Gille­spie on as deputy mayor.

Cado­gan will be rec­om­mend­ing to coun­cil­lors the ap­point­ment of coun­cil­lor Neil Gille­spie to the role of deputy mayor at its next meet­ing later this month.

Gille­spie has held the role of deputy mayor since 2010.

"Neil plainly comes with all the qual­i­ties, qual­i­fi­ca­tions and ex­pe­ri­ence any mayor would want in a deputy," Cado­gan said. "He is a man I can re­late to and I am sure we will work well to­gether. I dis­cussed the ap­point­ment last week when I met in­di­vid­u­ally with all my Coun­cil­lors and my rec­om­men­da­tion has their univer­sal back­ing."

The of­fi­cial swear­ing in of the new coun­cil and ap­point­ment of com­mit­tee chairs and deputies will take place at the first coun­cil meet­ing for the new term on Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 26 from 10.30am. Lotto on Satur­day.

Twenty-four Lotto play­ers around the coun­try each won $14,387 with sec­ond di­vi­sion in Satur­day’s live Lotto draw.

Any­one who bought their ticket from the store should write their name on the back of the ticket and check it im­me­di­ately at any Lotto out­let, on­line at MyLotto.co.nz or through Lotto NZ’s ticket-checker smart­phone app.

Power­ball First Di­vi­sion was not struck and has rolled over to Wed­nes­day night where the jack­pot will be $22 mil­lion.

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