The owners of a Dunedin industrial building and business
destroyed in a suspicious fire more than a year ago are
offering a $10,000 reward for the arsonist.
Dunedin nightspot Sammy's is on the road to revival, just
weeks after being condemned as a potential deathtrap and
ordered to close.
Barry Williams, of Middlemarch, always wanted the Dunedin
City Council to come to town.
The Dunedin City Council bureaucracy continues to expand,
with a $10.1 million (34%) increase in the amount paid to
staff in five years.
Blocks of heritage buildings in Dunedin could be rescued from
neglect by possible zoning changes to be considered by the
Dunedin City Council
The history of Carisbrook was brought to life again last
night, as more than 100 guests gathered to mark Otago
More than 120 trampers were last night stranded in huts on
the Milford Track awaiting evacuation, after a southerly
blast tore through Fiordland and triggered landslips that
closed the Milford road early yesterday.
The owner of Dunedin nightspot Sammy's plans to meet Fire
Service and Dunedin City Council staff to plead for the
future of his building.
A man who allegedly brandished an air pistol during an
argument in Dunedin early yesterday surrendered without
incident when confronted by members of the Dunedin police
armed offenders squad.
The Dunedin City Council is today expected to unveil plans
for the partial demolition of the former art gallery building
at Logan Park.
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