An Otago Peninsula quarry operator found to be digging beyond
his boundary faces a public hearing to determine the future
shape of the operation.
Two men plucked from rough seas near Taieri Island yesterday
after clinging for hours to an upturned kayak are ''lucky to
be alive'', their rescuer says.
A descendant in France is expected to endorse plans for tour
groups to enter the Larnach family tomb in Dunedin's Northern
Neighbours are preparing to fight plans for a ''significant''
two-storey child-care centre that would bring 100 children a
day to their quiet Dunedin street.
The loss of the Port Chalmers supermarket's New World brand
could encourage the return of smaller stores squeezed out of
the main street years ago, a campaigner says.
Public input is being sought as an independent panel works to
overhaul the Dunedin City Council's electoral system.
Dunedin's lack of international flights and accommodation
have again been highlighted as the city vies for a greater
slice of the conference market.
Campaigners have launched a ''buy local'' initiative aimed at
saving the Port Chalmers New World, as the wait continues for
a decision on the supermarket's future by Foodstuffs.
The Dunedin City Council is turning to social media as it
seeks public feedback on its long-term plan.
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