New York is the city that never sleeps, some call Paris the
city of love but Dunedin is fast gaining a moniker people can
really sink their teeth into - ''Salmon City''.
Members of the salmon fishing fraternity have had their
patience tested to the limit as they try out a new salmon
trap in the Leith River.
Poor toilet facilities and a lack of wheelchair access at the
Dunedin City Library have been criticised by the Dunedin
Public Libraries Association at the Dunedin City Council's
annual plan hearings.
Dunedin musician Selwyn Campbell reckons he might have one of
the first electric guitars ever made in New Zealand.
Toxic mould in a Mosgiel house has made Lil Murdoch's life a
misery for the past five months.
A flooded mine shaft that swallowed a Hindon farmer's sheep
dog last week is a ''graveyard'' of animal bones, Dunedin
geologist John Youngson says.
A mould decontamination specialist says there is a ''definite
issue'' with mould in New Zealand homes and that mould is
affecting some people quite badly.
A television set recycling programme has proved hugely
popular in Dunedin, with more than 4400 TVs handed in to
A man and his dog found themselves in deep trouble recently,
12m down an abandoned gold mine.
There are encouraging signs that Dunedin's sewage does not
stink any more.
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