The Dunedin City Council has lost its second transport group
manager in less than six months.
Businesswoman Ali Copeman says
being reliant on a neighbour's WiFi in the heart of Dunedin's
CBD has left her "completely disillusioned'' about GigCity.
Dunedin is set to be lit up by a network of 12 more Gig-speed
free WiFi zones across the city.
A digital highway is spreading across
Dunedin, but the rise of GigCity is not without its own
traffic jams and frustration. Chris Morris reports.
James Hannam "probably'' wouldn't be living in Dunedin were
it not for GigCity.
GigCity is a
waiting game for Dunedin student Josh Livingstone.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull is calling on the Government to
rethink freedom camping legislation, after a season in which
large crowds overwhelmed sites and stretched facilities and
patience across Otago.
Everything a freedom camper needs to know about New
Zealand is now just a button-press away. But what does the
rise of smartphone apps like CamperMate mean for Dunedin's
previously quiet beach camping grounds? Chris Morris
There was a lot of love for the Lindsay in Dunedin at the
The party is over, and the clean-up is in full swing, but the
Hyde St hangover will linger for days for three young men.
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