Dog trialling veteran Boyd Tisdall is gearing up for another
tilt at a national title.
Noise complaints in the student quarter continue to rise and
present a concern for the Dunedin City Council, environmental
health manager Ros MacGill said.
A Dunedin couple will spend winter in a "cold one-bedroom
unit'' after consents delays hindered the building of their
The time to process a building consent has more than doubled
in the past year, according to statistics from the Dunedin
The Dunedin City Council has sent a letter to some residents
of the Otago Peninsula updating them on the repairs of slips
affecting roads in the area.
Otago Girls' High School welcomed back one of its finest
former pupils and one of New Zealand's most renowned musical
talents to open its new arts centre.
A collaborative "urban development approach'' could be the
answer for South Dunedin, Labour housing spokesman Phil
Convicted murderer Colin Bouwer is yet to launch an appeal
with the Privy Council because of illness.
South Dunedin presents the "most
troubling example'' of high groundwater levels in the
country, Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment
Jan Wright says.
Dunedin student Tim Rogers is riding a wave - or should that
be tuk-tuk - of entrepreneurial success.
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