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Marlow Pies closes shop

Marlow Pies closes shop

Marlow Pies has closed its South Dunedin shop but has expansion plans after Fishers Foods bought a stake in the company.

Clark 'alarmist' over AgResearch

Clark 'alarmist' over AgResearch

AgResearch maintains staff turnover is within ''normal levels'', despite departures more than doubling within two years.

Which way will the city go?

Which way will the city go?

Dunedin needs to adjust its attitude if its economy and population is to grow by 2030, a leading agribusiness executive says.

Man wins right to fell troublesome tree

Man wins right to fell troublesome tree

A Mosgiel man has won a battle to cut down a ''monster tree'' in his backyard despite Dunedin City Council staff saying it should stay.

Fall from roof at student gig

Fall from roof at student gig

Six60'S return to Dunedin's student quarter was marred when a man watching the gig fell from a roof, suffering moderate to serious injuries.

Rental car company declines comment

Rental car company Thrifty is refusing to comment on remarks about the amount of guidance it gives to foreign drivers.

Crash survivor 'wants to save another life'

Crash survivor 'wants to save another life'

A British tourist hopes his near-death experience at the hands of a foreign driver prevents a repeat of the crash that killed a 5-year-old Oamaru girl.

Pool meeting ahead of vote

Pool meeting ahead of vote

Dunedin City councillors are meeting the trust pushing for a pool in Mosgiel next week ahead of a crucial vote later this year on whether the city will fund the project.

DCC sells gambling, oil shares

DCC sells gambling, oil shares

The Dunedin City Council has sold almost a million dollars of oil and gambling shares before a final decision on its ethical investment policy next month.

Liquor ban mulled for party flat street

Liquor ban mulled for party flat street

The Dunedin City Council is investigating extending the central-city liquor ban to include a notorious party flat after years of ''unacceptable'' behaviour from its residents.