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Dunedin (Friday, 14 September 2012) – Wall Street Mall will be offering shoppers even more variety with the addition of three exciting new tenants.
Dunedin (Friday, 14 September 2012) – Local bands Cougar Zoo and The Foxy Tones have been named as support acts to Bluestone at Dunedin’s New Year’s Eve concert in the Octagon.
DUNEDIN — It's a tea party with a difference this Saturday at the Dunedin Botanic Garden.
DUNEDIN — The Dunedin City Council (DCC) launched the Dunedin People’s Panel on 7 August 2012, since when, 503 people have joined the People’s Panel.
DUNEDIN — This Friday, 14 September, the DCC’s Parks and Recreation department will open three new gates providing access to the beach along the walkway from St Clair to St Kilda.
DUNEDIN — Dunedin people are being urged to roll out a warm southern welcome for the arrival of the All Blacks and the Springboks for their test match this month.
DUNEDIN — Dunedin Public Art Gallery Visitor Programmes Co-ordinator Lynda Cullen was very pleased to be awarded with a beautiful (and, no doubt, delicious) edible award by Julie Woods from the Otago branch of Blind Citizens.
DUNEDIN — Art Gallery Set to Score Again This item was published on 10 Aug 2012.
DUNEDIN — This year’s audit of the Dunedin Public Libraries’ waste shows a decrease of 67.70% per full time equivalent employee since the annual audits began in 2006.
DUNEDIN — Keep Dunedin Beautiful is inviting the public to take some time to remove litter from a favourite area between 15 September and 28 September.
DUNEDIN — The DCC has been successful in its application to the Ministry of Youth Development’s Youth Development Partnership Fund 2012.
DUNEDIN — This year, the Mayor of Dunedin and the Otago Community Trust have selected three young people to attend the Aspiring Leader’s Forum in Wellington from tomorrow.
DUNEDIN — The Dunedin City Council has announced the appointment of Cam McCracken to the position of Director of the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
DUNEDIN — The Ministry of Social Development has revised a recent policy decision that would have affected 40 Dunedin jobs.
DUNEDIN — The Dunedin City Council is very pleased to announce that the Dunedin City Raw Water Lifelines Strategy has won the national NAMS Innovation in Asset Management Planning Award at the Ingenium Excellence Awards on Saturday 23 June.
DUNEDIN — ‘Velvet’, a gargantuan tapestry of our endangered native longfin eel, will be on display on the fourth floor of the Dunedin City Library throughout the New Zealand International Science Festival.
DUNEDIN — The rollout of 56 new cycle stands around the city is almost complete.
DUNEDIN — Mayor Dave Cull is a guest speaker at the launch of the Puaka Matariki Festival at 5.00pm on Friday, 15 June at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
DUNEDIN — The Dunedin City Council has been selected as a finalist in the 2012 AUT Excellence in Business Support Awards.
DUNEDIN — Through the development of the Three Waters Strategy Dunedin residents identified that storm water quality was a significant community concern.
DUNEDIN — One way the Council gauges the views of the "silent majority" is through the annual Residents’ Opinion Survey, or ROS.
DUNEDIN — The generation of power from methane gas at the Green Island Waste Water Treatment Plant is expected to reduce the DCC’s power bill by approximately $350,000 per year.
DUNEDIN — The season’s first real frosts have appeared and the shortest day is looming so it’s becoming important for all of us to modify our road-use behaviour accordingly.
DUNEDIN — The onset of winter means the DCC’s winter road maintenance programme is about to recommence.
DUNEDIN — A draft Economic Development Strategy for Dunedin will be presented to the Dunedin City Council on 14 May.
DUNEDIN — For the past seven years during May Dunedin musicians have stepped out from their regular circuit of bars, cafes and clubs to bring free live performances to the Dunedin Public Libraries.
DUNEDIN — Keep Dunedin Beautiful, in conjunction with Rotary Dunedin, is holding its annual Trees for Babies event on Mother’s Day, Sunday 13 May at 11am.
DUNEDIN — Dunedin Public Art Gallery Director Elizabeth Caldwell, has announced her resignation following her successful application for the directorship of City Gallery Wellington.
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