A fleeing driver in a stolen vehicle had to be restrained by
police after running a red light and slamming into another
car in Dunedin last night.
Abusive library patrons mixing books, booze and brawling are
partly to blame for more than 200 trespass notices issued by
the Dunedin City Council in recent years.
If Dunedin is serious about a new bridge to open up its
waterfront, two old bluestone abutments just south of Queens
Gardens could be part of the missing link, heritage advocates
The Dunedin City Council has no plans to follow the Reserve
Bank's lead and start routinely charging media organisations
for official information requests, a senior manager says.
A three-month pipe renewal
under Dunedin's most prominent sports ground will help ease
the pressure on the city's wastewater network.
Aaron Burgess will have to take his kids for a swim another
Dunedin's accommodation sector is divided over the prospect
of a new five-star hotel, as words of welcome mix with
warnings of a price war.
Planet Earth is blue - the death of David Bowie has left
music fans reeling.
The man behind
Dunedin's latest five-star hotel bid is also eyeing a major
development on the edge of the Steamer Basin.
Dunedin's latest five-star hotel bid is shaping up as a $90
million building with space for more than 200 high-end rooms,
one of its backers says.
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