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Library advocate speaks

Long-time advocate for Dunedin libraries Merle van der Klundert, from the Dunedin Public Libraries Association, has once again urged the council to pay serious attention to its libraries.

Mosgiel pool trust seeks additional $20,000 for project

A trust investigating options for a new Mosgiel pool urged councillors to give it an extra $20,000 to start the project.

Couple seek cat controls

The threat cats pose to Dunedin's native birds means they should be microchipped and registered just as dogs are, councillors were told yesterday.

Staff ordered to attend to clubrooms

Staff ordered to attend to clubrooms

The Mornington Football Club is hoping it has already had a win at the 2014-15 draft annual plan hearings after councillors ordered the situation with their unusable council-owned club rooms be addressed.

Equal funding bid

Equal funding bid

Otago Museum has the most visitors of Dunedin's cultural institutions, has the biggest collection and has had no funding increase for four years, so it would be fairer for the Dunedin City Council to redistribute the increases proposed for 2014-15 equally among Otago Museum, Toitu and Dunedin Public Art Gallery, says museum director Ian Griffin.

Council notes roading strategic cases

The first step towards securing funding for major changes to Dunedin's road networks has been taken by the Dunedin City Council, even though exactly what those changes will be is yet to be decided.

City finance chief off to flying start

City finance chief off to flying start

Grant McKenzie is still getting his feet under the desk as the Dunedin City Council's new group chief financial officer.

Uninsured DCC asset value work

The Dunedin City Council is working to clarify exactly how exposed it is to a repair bill for uninsured infrastructure assets in any future disaster.

New team structure unveiled

The remaining pieces of the latest round of restructuring at the Dunedin City Council fell into place yesterday.

Agency given a name

The new Dunedin marketing agency to co-ordinate tourism, events, investment, skills and migrant promotion efforts for the city will be known as Enterprise Dunedin.

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