Someone has claimed responsibility for Dunedin's guerrilla
art installations - although the exact meaning remains a
Is it a work of art, a lovers' tiff, a protest, or just a
Pest animals are taking a beating inside Dunedin's reserves,
with contractors trapping, poisoning and shooting more than
200 rabbits, possums and goats since July.
The northern entrance to Dunedin could be in for a $120,000
Dunedin City Council staff have warned councillors against
abandoning water infrastructure projects in an attempt to
save money, as contamination of the city's beaches again hits
The Otago Regional Council has released details of 140
contaminated sites across Otago, but acknowledges other dirty
properties could be flying under the radar.
Council resource management director Dr Selva Selvarajah said
the list was released yesterday due to the high level of
demand for the information from the public and the media.
Angry business owners have won a concession from the Otago
Regional Council, which yesterday admitted its list of
contaminated sites, made public earlier this week, was up to
10 years out of date.
A young woman who called for help after hearing noises in her
family home in Waverley, Dunedin, yesterday afternoon was
found by her mother, bashed unconscious, minutes later,
Staff facing the threat of
redundancy at Dunedin's School of Art are expected to know
their fate by the end of the week.
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