A visit to a Burger King drive-through has left a Dunedin
woman with a bad taste after a burger she ordered had the
tell-tale signs of having been sampled by someone else.
Unaffordable rental property in Dunedin is driving
lower-income families into social housing, with one property
manager saying the situation could get worse if rental
properties are required to lift their standards.
Healthy food may soon be found next to the chocolate bars and
soft drinks in council buildings, as the Dunedin City Council
looks at trialling healthier food options.
People are begging for money on Dunedin streets and social
services are helping more people with nowhere to sleep, as
the city's most vulnerable struggle on the margins.
As Dunedin city councillors consider spending for the
coming year, community board leaders hope small projects in
their areas are not overlooked.
The Iona Church clock face is about to receive some
much-needed care and attention after more than 100 years of
The British are coming - well, their food is anyway.
Nick Pow is the first to admit his hobby may seem a bit
silly, but he and his radio control car club mates take it
seriously. Tim Miller reports.
Pulling on an All Blacks jersey is a dream of many young boys
across New Zealand, but Dunedin schoolboy Jack Buchan has a
slightly different rugby dream.
It seems Dunedin residents have eclectic views when it comes
to pondering the future of the city they live in.
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