This page lists the news items for August 2018.
DCC General Manager Infrastructure Services announced
The Dunedin City Council has appointed Simon Drew to the role of General Manager Infrastructure Services.
Crosses commemorate Otago WW1 losses
Almost 4000 individually named and numbered crosses will be placed near the Cenotaph at Queens Gardens from next week to remember the Otago soldiers who lost their lives in World War 1.
Matariki Tu Rākau plantings in Dunedin
Close to 2000 native trees will be planted in Dunedin over the next month, living salutes to the men and women of the New Zealand Defence Forces.
Study into options for a performing arts venue in Dunedin boosted
A plan to fund a major study into options for a performing arts venue in the city has been given a welcome boost by Creative New Zealand.
New approach to make buildings more resilient
Changes are being introduced for some new buildings in Dunedin to protect them further from the effects of an earthquake.
Free advice for households
The Dunedin City Council is offering free, independent advice on how to make homes warm, dry, healthy, and energy efficient.
Still didn't find what you were looking for?