A group of Outram School children outdid themselves in a
recent fundraiser to help Brighton's little blue penguins.
Dunedin bars offered punters cheap drinks to fill in surveys
in support of licensees position against a draft liquor
licensing policy for the city, Dunedin district licensing
commissioner Colin Weatherall says.
Dunedin's draft local alcohol policy (Lap) could cost the
region more than $2.8 million, an economic analysis
commissioned by inner-city bar owners suggests.
Police say they are disappointed a party in Hyde St, Dunedin,
on Saturday night was not better organised.
A developer wanting to build student flats near a Dunedin
quarry needs to tighten up a no-complaints covenant before
consent is approved, a planning consultant says.
Seven Dunedin city
councillors may be spending a good part of this weekend
finishing reading thousands of submissions on the city's
draft local alcohol policy.
A new online submission portal has saved the Dunedin City
Council $10,000 on its first outing.
A new charitable foundation aims to build up a fund that
would ensure the financial security of one of Dunedin's top
tourism and cultural ''treasures'' in perpetuity.
Plans for tighter alcohol restrictions in Dunedin have
attracted about 4500 submissions, the bulk opposing the
changes - and some prompting a language warning.
A Dunedin city councillor has wished a council-led working
party ''good luck'' as it begins work on the next stage of a
major cycle lane project that would remove central city car
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