A hole that opened up on the Esplanade at St Clair is hoped
to be an isolated incident related to water getting in by the
old surf club ramp, rather than low sand levels in front of
the sea wall.
The Esplanade at St Clair is washing into the sea again,
despite almost $700,000 of work to protect it.
A new sinkhole has opened up in the Esplanade at St Clair
after heavy seas battered the sea wall.
The Otago Racing Club has a battle on its hands over its
plans to subdivide part of Wingatui racecourse.
A Dunedin city planner has added her disapproval to a
proposal to paint the concrete panels of John Wickliffe
Macandrew Bay's floating pontoon is out of action after last
week's strong winds damaged it beyond repair.
The artists are lining up for Dunedin's first street art
festival in October, and the city council is lining up to
support them too, to the tune of $10,000.
It is hoped a plan will be in place by the end of the month
to finally put an end to the confusion over a section of
Portobello Rd, in Dunedin.
Dunedin authorities have ordered that several election signs
be removed after they were put up in the wrong places.
Plans are progressing on the Waihola Looking Forward group's
latest large project, although there is a lot of hard work to
go, its chairman says.
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