With its February deadline fast approaching, the Carisbrook
Stadium Trust is confident it can achieve the minimum 60% of
private-sector funding required to gain final approval to
build the stadium.
Despite facing a 200% increase in wages and the imminent
departure of one of its biggest clients, vocational service
provider Cargill Enterprises is determined it will survive.
"I saw the whites of its eyes, and then bang . . . I thought
I was going to die," says Stephen Brown, one of nine men
injured when their van slammed into a group of cattle on
Steam locomotive Jb 1236 arrived in Dunedin with a train-load
of visitors just after 6pm yesterday.
Police have yet to decide if charges will be laid against a
farmer whose wandering stock were hit by a van yesterday
morning, injuring all nine occupants who were heading to
Dunedin for a stag party.
Take a bright idea, add a healthy dollop of Kiwi ingenuity,
stir in a camera, computers and a bunch of iPods for good
measure - and, hey presto, you have a recipe for success.
The Department of Conservation has agreed to right a
50-year-old wrong, and change the spelling of thar to tahr.
From a part-role as an information officer with the Dunedin
Visitor Centre to becoming the newly-appointed chief
executive of Tourism Dunedin - it has been an exciting
journey for Hamish Saxton.
At ease, Sergeant Dan, the Creamoata Man - the national
breakfast has been dismissed.
A solar-powered monorail looping around Otago Peninsula?
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