A multimillion-dollar development on Dunedin's Princes St is
still alive, but the man behind the project says ''changes''
may be needed to accommodate a row of historic facades.
A multimillion-dollar bridge linking Dunedin's inner city and
waterfront has been short-listed for Government funds.
An Octagon bar owner insists his late-night venue will not
become the latest to close, despite police opposition to a
renewed on-licence after a string of assaults linked to the
The Dunedin City Council is to press ahead with a $1.1
million plan to revamp Exchange Square and create new
car-free zones in the Warehouse Precinct.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis says he has begun a
legal challenge to reclaim his lost voting rights, although
senior council staff remain in the dark about the details.
Dunedin's high school pupils will have the final say on the
best design for a revamped foyer at Moana Pool.
The first stage of Dunedin's planned $37.1 million central
city improvement programme could be brought forward to fix a
fading Exchange Square.
Asbestos uncovered by volunteers working at the Forrester
Park BMX track is likely to be buried again, the Dunedin City
A plan to create a new pedestrian only ''public realm'' in
the heart of Dunedin's warehouse precinct will be considered
by the Dunedin City Council today.
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