Supermarket giant Countdown says the loss of its central
Dunedin alcohol licence for three days is a ''learning
experience for the business''.
Countdown's central Dunedin store will be banned from selling
alcohol for three days next month, after offering illegally
discounted alcohol as part of a nationwide promotion.
Otago Peninsula couple Steve and Lorraine Hawkins fear the
worst whenever it starts to rain.
The Dunedin City Council manager overseeing the rollout of
the bungled South Dunedin cycle network has quit.
The Dunedin City
Council says lessons have been learnt after it botched a
contract to remove trees bordering Logan Park.
The woman behind a failed bid to build a $100 million
waterfront hotel in Dunedin says the Dunedin City Council's
fresh push to attract more accommodation is ''great''.
shortlist of four possible sites for a new Mosgiel aquatic
centre has prompted a flood of submissions.
Rodney Hogg's dream subdivision has turned into a $1 million
''nightmare'' after a frustrating fight with the Dunedin City
Dunedin deputy mayor Chris Staynes has a taste for politics
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says
he is concerned about ''a false impression'' after Dunedin
police released an outdated report into the Citifleet fraud
suggesting a lack of co-operation.
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