A three-month pipe renewal
under Dunedin's most prominent sports ground will help ease
the pressure on the city's wastewater network.
Aaron Burgess will have to take his kids for a swim another
Dunedin's accommodation sector is divided over the prospect
of a new five-star hotel, as words of welcome mix with
warnings of a price war.
Planet Earth is blue - the death of David Bowie has left
music fans reeling.
The man behind
Dunedin's latest five-star hotel bid is also eyeing a major
development on the edge of the Steamer Basin.
Dunedin's latest five-star hotel bid is shaping up as a $90
million building with space for more than 200 high-end rooms,
one of its backers says.
Dunedin tourism operators enjoying a spike in Chinese visitor
numbers are joining forces to stop their operations being
overwhelmed by their own popularity.
A $13 million investment in Dunedin's ageing water
infrastructure should ease flood-related problems in South
Dunedin, but it will not be a complete fix, the Dunedin City
Dunedin's Hotel St Clair has been sold in what is likely to
be a multimillion-dollar deal.
The Dunedin City Council is in talks to secure a
multimillion-dollar five-star hotel, potentially financed
from China, ahead of an expected surge in visitors from the
world's most populous nation.
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