Two Oamaru women can look forward to the prospect of rumbling
stomachs next week, but it will be for a good cause.
Dunedin police are still working to finalise a report into
the $1.5 million Citifleet fraud, despite announcing in June
no charges would be laid, it has been confirmed.
A Dunedin businessman is questioning St John's response times
after waiting an hour for help to arrive for an ailing
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has blasted ''international racists''
who are urging the city to turn its back on Syria's refugees.
Dunedin City Council manager Rhonda Abercrombie has resigned
abruptly, but nobody is prepared to say why.
Otago Peninsula residents say there is nothing they can do
but wait as the Dunedin City Council considers how best to
fix a storm-damaged section of Highcliff Rd.
Dunedin can follow in Wellington's footsteps and turn its
waterfront into the city's crown jewel, according to a key
figure in the capital's transformation.
Key parties with a stake in Dunedin's waterfront are
preparing to talk about the future.
It was a decade-long project that cost the Dunedin City
Council millions, only to be labelled a ''grandiose''
The Government should consider establishing a refugee
resettlement centre in Dunedin, Mayor Dave Cull says.
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