The New Zealand Transport Agency plans to press ahead with
improvements to a deadly intersection as part of a push to
improve the safety of cyclists on Dunedin's one-way streets.
Dunedin city councillors have again been reassured the days
of Dunedin City Holdings Ltd companies borrowing to help fund
dividend payments to the council are over.
Plans for a single new house on the Otago Peninsula have
prompted concerns about the area's rural ambience being
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis has been accused of
electioneering after turning a procedural item at yesterday's
Dunedin City Council meeting into an attack on council staff.
Plans for a $4.5 million investment in cycleways in South
Dunedin have passed another hurdle, despite a suggestion that
cycleways offering only the protection of a painted white
line should be abandoned.
A record crowd of up to 40,000 fans could pack Forsyth Barr
Stadium when Aerosmith headlines a major rock event in
The man promoting a $100 million waterfront hotel in Dunedin
has produced new images of what the 28-storey tower would
look like, but ruled out using a tethered balloon to
demonstrate its height.
South Dunedin streets could become low-speed quiet zones, as
part of a $4.5 million plan to improve the area's cycling
Dunedin Ratepayers and Householders' Association chairman
Lyndon Weggery has been accused by the group's secretary of
being ''the chairman of nothing''.
A developer, who says he is frustrated by years of delays and
mounting costs, has accused the Dunedin City Council of
stifling city growth.
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