This page lists the news items for June 2018.
Media advisory - Silverstream catchment area re-opens
The Silverstream catchment area will be re-opened to dogs this week, a year after a TBfree aerial 1080 possum control operation.
South Dunedin public drop-in information session
Improving the South Dunedin community’s resilience to heavy rain events will be the focus of a public drop-in information session next week.
Winter Garden Glasshouse closed
The 110-year-old Winter Garden Glasshouse at the Dunedin Botanic Garden is closed for several months due to refurbishment work.
Future path of Dunedin’s rubbish under review
How Dunedin residents and businesses get rid of their rubbish, and where it goes, will be part of a major review of the city’s rubbish management this year.
Grants support communities and creativity
More than $194,000 has been distributed to groups and artists to support the work of social services, assist event organisers and enhance the city’s culture and arts scene.
Changes made to Town Hall balustrade
The steel safety rail on the Dunedin Town Hall balustrade is now a temporary feature to be used only at events where an extra level of safety is required.
Airport welcomes for rugby teams
Dunedin residents are being urged to provide a warm welcome for the All Blacks and France when they arrive in the city for their 23 June test match clash.
Bands wanted for New Year’s Eve
The search is on for the bands to entertain the crowd at Dunedin’s 2018 New Year’s Eve concert in the Octagon.
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