Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Opposition to bar changes growing

Opposition to bar changes growing

The Dunedin City Council has a fight on its hands over proposed changes to the city's alcohol laws, with more than 4000 supporting a campaign opposing them.

Fire disrupts traffic in South Dunedin

Fire disrupts traffic in South Dunedin

Parts of King Edward St were blocked off after a fire in a beauty salon this morning.

Rugby fan's heart belongs to Otago

Rugby fan's heart belongs to Otago

Brian Kenny was given a new Otago rugby jersey and scarf yesterday.

DCHL profit down but mood bullish

DCHL profit down but mood bullish

The Dunedin City Council's group of companies remain in a bullish mood, despite an $8 million drop in profits and another loss for the entity running Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Sense of community for new principal

Sense of community for new principal

Chris McKinlay is looking forward to starting his new role as principal of Elmgrove School, in Mosgiel.

Second bid to name new street

The Chalmers Community Board will make a second attempt at naming a new street in Sawyers Bay today, after a brouhaha at the Dunedin City Council about the first suggested name being outside road naming policy.

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