Debbie Porteous

Call goes out to pool supporters

Call goes out to pool supporters

Ratepayers wanting a new swimming pool in Mosgiel are being urged to attend a public meeting to show their support to Dunedin City Council tomorrow night.

DCC commits to smoke-free policy

DCC commits to smoke-free policy

The Dunedin City Council has adopted a policy formally stating its position on smoking - that Dunedin become a smoke-free city - but has asked for further information on how such a policy might be implemented.

Renewal of bar's licence opposed

Renewal of bar's licence opposed

The Dunedin district licensing committee will hear arguments in public next week after police and the medical officer of health opposed the application for an on-licence for Queens bar at Queens Gardens.

DCC eyes revamp of funding

DCC eyes revamp of funding

A review of the way Dunedin City Council grants are administered proposes to replace the $800,000-plus civic grants scheme with a contestable fund with new criteria and rules.

Smoke-free policy push in Dunedin

Smoke-free policy push in Dunedin

Smoke-free Otago is seeking formal support from the council for a ''smoke-free Dunedin'' policy.

DCC mulls Frederick St development

DCC mulls Frederick St development

A multi-storey development housing parking and businesses is being considered for the Dunedin City Council-owned Frederick St car park site.

America's Cup app nominated for Sports Emmy

America's Cup app nominated for Sports Emmy

Dunedin company Animation Research Ltd (ARL) is celebrating the Sports Emmy Award nomination of an app produced on a shoestring budget.

Further DCC restructuring proposed

Further DCC restructuring proposed

Creating a new city promotion team within the Dunedin City Council looks set to have ramifications for the way the council's commercial property investments are managed.

Going with the flow

Outram residents should see improvements in water flow during peak times within a year, with two upgrades due to be completed.

Racing club applies to subdivide Wingatui land

Racing club applies to subdivide Wingatui land

Difficult economic times facing the racing industry have led the Otago Racing Club to apply to subdivide and sell some of its land on the Wingatui Racecourse site, its consultant says.