OUSA lodges objection
The OUSA wants to be able to keep making noise later in the evening during orientation events at the Forsyth Barr Stadium.
The student body has lodged an objection to conditions of consent imposed on two events.
It sought consent today to allow the events to run until midnight - in breach of the rules.
Representatives told a DCC hearings committee the Toga Party and Macklemore events are important to both the University and Dunedin.
They asked for consent to be extended by an hour, a request being considered by the hearings committee.