Another 74 foundry workers in Dunedin face an uncertain
future after Bradken confirmed it was moving its Hillside
staff to a four-day week.
Australia's mining downturn is set to deliver a ''real blow''
to Dunedin's economy with the closure of the Esco foundry and
the loss of dozens of jobs.
The Dunedin City Council is
proposing a land swap to resolve another long running
property dispute on Otago Peninsula.
There are signs of progress in the long running dispute over
stormwater damage to an Otago Peninsula property.
Fears have been raised some Dunedin retailers are gearing up
for the return of psychoactive legal highs, but also that
products already on sale are closing in on the effects of the
Iron Maiden fans might be disappointed, but Dunedin's legion
of hard rock lovers can take heart.
The Otago Regional Council says it will regularly meet the
Dunedin City Council until stormwater problems on an Otago
Peninsula property are resolved.
The couple at the centre of a long-running battle with the
Dunedin City Council over stormwater problems on their Otago
Peninsula property say they may reconsider negotiating a
The Dunedin City Council says it may resort to the Public
Works Act to acquire a property facing stormwater problems on
The Otago Regional Council says it could take the Dunedin
City Council to court over stormwater problems on an Otago
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