Expect to see many more young faces on public buses this
year, with university and polytechnic students being urged to
take part in a new transport scheme.
The methods used by Dunedin teenagers to get to and from
school will be the subject of an intensive study across the
city's 12 high schools.
A temporary speed restriction in Port Chalmers' main street
has been a hit with business owners but its impact on
motorists is yet to be established - and the question of who
will pay for it has arisen.
Cycle and pedestrian routes through the southern city are
opening up, as work progresses on phase one of the South
Dunedin cycleway-walkway network.
A South Dunedin woman wants road safety improved after the
death of her family's miniature schnauzer in an alleged
hit-and-run in Surrey St.
Two pedestrian crossings on busy George St, Port Chalmers,
will be widened and a temporary speed limit reduction could
be introduced to improve pedestrian safety.
After working as an operational firefighter for the past 14
years, the role of fire risk management officer for East
Otago holds exciting challenges for Mike Harrison.
A life in music will continue for Professor John Drummond
when he formally retires from the University of Otago
Department of Music in mid-2014.
The Friends of the Dunedin Botanic Garden group is planning
to train more volunteer guides ahead of the summer cruise
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