Michael Miller is closing the lid on 15 years of door-to-door
rubbish collection in Dunedin after watching landfill fees
rise from $30 to $300 for a truckload in that time.
The number of first-home buyers in Dunedin has dropped since
strict lending criteria came into force late last year.
Those putting together an exhibition for the opening of the
Shanghai Museum of Natural History have nothing to feel
sheepish about - well, maybe just one thing.
Tomahawk residents say it is time to have a proper discussion
about the state of their lagoon, given concerns over reduced
water levels and toxic algae.
The roar of big bikes and leather-clad figures descending on
Waihola this week could only mean one thing - it must be
Complacency could be Dunedin's biggest enemy as it competes
for the title of ‘‘Gigatown'' and the fastest internet
service in the country.
Housing New Zealand Corporation has accepted an offer from a
Dunedin charity to put curtains in the city's state houses.
Retiring Dunedin City Council Taskforce Green co-ordinator
Alex Griffin is concerned some unemployed people are still
being ''left on their own''.
After 20 years as Presbyterian Archives Research Centre
director, Yvonne Wilkie (71) is not so much retiring as
fading into the shelves.
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